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=Google Summer of Code=
 
=Google Summer of Code=
Samba is again participating in the Google Summer of Code (SoC) in 2007.
 
 
Questions about Samba's participation in the program or about a project idea, scope, or design should be mailed to [mailto:summercode@samba.org summercode@samba.org]. Note that you are not limited to the project ideas listed here. Please email us if you have a new idea you would like to discuss.
 
  
If you are considering applying to SoC 2007, please make sure to read the Student FAQ. Pay close attention as the review process for Samba applications will be stricter this year. It is very important you convince us that:
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For a list of ideas for projects see [[SoC/Ideas]].
  
# you will, in fact, be able to do the work you are proposing
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[https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com Details on the Google Summer of Code program]
# you understand the scope of the problem
 
  
Best of luck to all the Summer of Code applicants. -- The Samba Team
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== 2020 Samba applications ==
  
==Ideas==
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See the [https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/organizations/5926743954685952/ Samba Organisation page] for details on applying to Samba in particular.
[[SoC/Ideas|Project ideas]] for potential students. You can also submit your own ideas which might be completely different from the ones we have suggested, but please discuss the idea with a team member before you submit.
 
  
==Writing a SoC application==
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We will be looking for applications that comply with [https://google.github.io/gsocguides/student/writing-a-proposal#elements-of-a-quality-proposal Google's Guide on writing a Quality Proposal] and we suggest students read [https://medium.com/@i.oleks/how-to-apply-for-google-summer-of-code-95c1bfcd41a5 this guide by a former SoC student (at another project)].
  
You need to demonstrate:
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'''In particular, do not just copy our [[SoC/Ideas|Ideas page]] text into your application without also showing you understand what you are suggesting to do'''
- enthusiasm!
 
- skill in the area you want to work on
 
- thorough research of the project idea
 
- commitment to be part of the Samba project long term
 
  
==Discuss your project==
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= Projects 2017 =
  
Make sure you talk to possible mentors on the project IRC channel (#sama-technical on freenode) or mailing list (the samba-technical mailing list) before you submit your application. You should show them a draft application and listen carefully to any criticisms or comments they might have.
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List of 2017 students and projects: [[SoC/2017]]
  
If you are interested in more than one of the project ideas, then you can submit multiple applications, but it might be better to instead discuss the project ideas with possible mentors and work out which one you really want to work on.
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= Projects 2014 =
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List of 2014 students and projects: [[SoC/2014]]
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= Projects 2013 =
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*[[GSOC_GPO|GPO for Samba]]
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*[[GSOC_smbclient_archive|smbclient archive improvements]]
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= Projects 2012 =
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List of 2012 students and projects: [[SoC/2012]]
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= Projects 2011 =
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List of 2011 students and projects: [[SoC/2011]]
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= Previous Results =
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Kai wrote a [[GSoC_2007_Winbind_Summary | summary on his 2007 project]].
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Jelmer wrote a [http://www.samba.org/~jelmer/soc.html summary on his 2005 project].

Latest revision as of 23:00, 9 March 2020

Google Summer of Code

For a list of ideas for projects see SoC/Ideas.

Details on the Google Summer of Code program

2020 Samba applications

See the Samba Organisation page for details on applying to Samba in particular.

We will be looking for applications that comply with Google's Guide on writing a Quality Proposal and we suggest students read this guide by a former SoC student (at another project).

In particular, do not just copy our Ideas page text into your application without also showing you understand what you are suggesting to do

Projects 2017

List of 2017 students and projects: SoC/2017


Projects 2014

List of 2014 students and projects: SoC/2014


Projects 2013


Projects 2012

List of 2012 students and projects: SoC/2012


Projects 2011

List of 2011 students and projects: SoC/2011


Previous Results

Kai wrote a summary on his 2007 project.

Jelmer wrote a summary on his 2005 project.