Wednesday, March 5, 2008

We're Moving



Summer of Code is here and started! We have our new IRC channel, our website is up, and we're looking forward to signing up organizations.

But you might have noticed in the last year, we've been doing more. Quite a bit more! We've started talking more about the contributions that we've been making to Open Source. We ran the first ever Google Highly Open Participation&trade Contest. And we've started to make sure that we're telling about the various groups and people who've been helping us grow Open Source.

Summer of Code will always be special to us. It's one of the first ways that we reached out and connected, and we know that it's made a difference out there. From here on, though, we're going to talk about it on the new Google Open Source blog so you've got one place to look for all our posts. If you're looking to filter, we'll make sure that we always label the posts gsoc, so that you can get just the Summer of Code updates.

So, this isn't goodbye, but see you on the flip side....

6 comments:

zooplah said...

Is there a list of organizations that have applied (even if not accepted)? Or will we only get to see the ones that were accepted when that time comes?

Leslie Hawthorn said...

@ zooplah: You can find more information on our program discussion list.

Vinho said...
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Ian said...

Any idea when/if GHOP will take place again?

Leslie Hawthorn said...

@ ian: Unknown at this time, but we're certainly planning to do GHOP again. Keep your eye on the Google Open Source Blog for updates.