Contributed by pitrh on from the all tomorrow's hackathons dept.
The OpenBSD Foundation is pleased to announce that we have been accepted as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code 2014. As such if you are a student who qualifies to apply for GSOC, you will be able to find us in Google's Summer of Code Application process.
We have an ideas page which is located at http://www.openbsdfoundation.org/gsoc2014.html
I will repeat my usual disclaimer here on behalf of the foundation - doing anything with GSOC does *not* guarantee the result will end up in OpenBSD or any related project. That having been said we hope to be able to put some mentors together with students to accomplish things that may become useful to the community at large.
This will be our first year doing this, so we hope to learn from the experience and see if it will work out in future years.
-Bob Beck - The OpenBSD Foundation.
The list of project ideas is varied, long, and, most importantly, interesting. Anyone who meets the criteria for participation should take a peek and put their name in the hat for anything that strikes their fancy.
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