Simon Raffeiner: The KDE project has 54 ideas for Google Summer of Code

Google’s “Summer of Code” (GSoC) will be happening for the thirtheenth time this year, and the KDE project is yet again one of the 201 participating open source organizations. The project’s list of ideas students may tackle has currently grown to 54 entries.

Summer of Code is one of Google’s ways to support open source projects by paying students to spend their summer on specific project ideas under the mentorship of one of many well-known organizations. The students get between 2400 and 6600 US-$ (depending on their home country) after they complete

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