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OpenBSD Foundation's Google Summer of Code Projects Announced

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The Directors of the OpenBSD Foundation have announced the OpenBSD projects for this year's Google Summer of Code:

The OpenBSD Foundation is very pleased to announce that Google has granted us five student slots for GSOC 2014.

The five projects that we will undertaking as a result are:

  1. Proper YACC parsers for dhcpd and dhclient.
  2. Systemd-like support for ports.
  3. Capsicum.
  4. GPT and UEFI.
  5. Improved dhcpd.

Kudos to the winning students and the generous volunteers who will serve as mentors for the projects.

We're looking forward to seeing the results of the student's work, mentored by notable OpenBSD developers!

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