Ruby Summer of Code 2010

Ruby Summer of Code is still accepting student applications!

Continuing in Google’s great tradition of encouraging student open
source development, Ruby Central, Engine Y., and the Rails core team
are teaming up to present the first annual Ruby Summer of Code.

Head over to http://rubysoc.org to get started and follow @rubysoc for
news.
The summer will follow Google’s example closely:

* students are paid a $5000 stipend to work full-time during their

summer break
* a group of Ruby gurus volunteer their time as mentors
* mentors vote on student proposals based on usefulness, benefit
to the Ruby community, and history of motivated open source
contribution

So, if you have an idea, are a student, and would like to earn some
$$$$ working on it, get yourself over to http://rubysoc.org already
and submit a student application!

Kirk H.
[email protected]
Engine Y.

On Apr 20, 10:16 am, Kirk H. [email protected] wrote:

So, if you have an idea, are a student, and would like to earn some
$$$$ working on it, get yourself over tohttp://rubysoc.orgalready
and submit a student application!

I have an idea for a project that I think some students might very
much enjoy. Where do I post this suggestion?

Thanks.

Hi,

In message “Re: Ruby Summer of Code 2010”
on Thu, 22 Apr 2010 04:49:12 +0900, Intransition
[email protected] writes:

|I have an idea for a project that I think some students might very
|much enjoy. Where do I post this suggestion?

See http://rubysoc.org/students. Ideas pages for Rails, JRuby, and
Ruby are Wiki.

          matz.

On Apr 21, 4:28 pm, Yukihiro M. [email protected] wrote:

See http://rubysoc.org/students. Ideas pages for Rails, JRuby, and
Ruby are Wiki.

                                                    matz.

Thanks.

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