April 06, 2010 posted by Mark Weinem
Taking part in Google's Summer of Code provides a great opportunity for students to get paid to hack on NetBSD, learn about contributing to a major open source project and to become part of an exciting community.
So if you interested in devoting your coding skills as well as your summertime to the improvement of NetBSD, you will find detailed information on the
NetBSD Summer-of-Code Projects webpage.
The NetBSD community will appreciate your contribution!
March 19, 2010 posted by S.P.Zeidler
Google has published its list of organizations for this year's Google Summer of Code, and NetBSD has been chosen to benefit this year again (the sixth consecutive year).
If you are a student and don't have plans for the summer yet, head here and pick a project to apply for (or define your own).
April 20, 2009 posted by Jan Schaumann
For the fifth consecutive year, the NetBSD Project is proud to
participate in Google's Summer of Code program as a
mentoring organization and we're pleased to announce the list of projects
that have been accepted for this summer. This year's selected students include a number of NetBSD developers, returning SoC alumni and a few freshmen. We're very excited to have projects ranging from the areas of filesystems over install automation to userland tools and we expect the entire NetBSD community to benefit tremendously.
In the coming weeks, you will see our students engage the NetBSD community for support with their projects; please give them a warm welcome and help our developers, students and mentors lead all these projects to success!