[Haskell-cafe] Google Summer of Code 2006
ivan.tarasov at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 12:32:36 EDT 2006
it's really great to hear that Haskell.org is participating in SoC.
I'm planning to try myself as a student in writing an ATOM/RSS
aggregator in Haskell (I'm really tired of not being able to find a
good one, and also I'd like to learn Haskell as well), still I'm open
to other great ideas. I'm also interested in different branches of
mathematics, and Haskell is great for mathematics, so it is another
option for me.
If you have any questions/suggestions (e.g. you know that there exists
some great aggregator which works on linux/GTK+ :-) )/comments, I'd
like to hear from you!
On 4/24/06, Paolo Martini <paolo at nemail.it> wrote:
> Haskell.org is going to partecipate as mentoring organization to the
> Google Summer of Code programme of this year.
> We have formed a group of volunteers taking care of the administrative
> work as well as the mentoring part. The group is listed here:
> We are now looking for projects, and mentors. We've reached number 24
> but we are happily going to add more, Haskell Open Source paid work for
> the summer!
> If you run some active open source program you might want to mentor some
> student who will be working on your code, for example. Either just add
> your ideas here:
> <http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Summer_of_Code:_Project_suggestions> (as
> well as your informations on the People's page) or contact me for details.
> I am also looking for students, I'd like to ear from them if they are
> going to partecipate with Haskell projects, last year I was alone! (I
> did write the bindings to the Cairo vector graphics library and
> integrated them in Gtk2Hs.)
> Details about the programme itself can be found on the official webpage:
> Hoping you like the idea as much as me,
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