X.Org & Other Organizations Accepted For GSoC 2015
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 4 March 2015 at 02:00 PM EST. Add A Comment
For student developers looking to do some summer coding, the list of accepted organizations for Google's 2015 Summer of Code initiative has been published.

There's 137 participating organizations that were accepted for this year's GSoC where Google pays students to work on various open-source projects. Among the open-source projects accepted were the X.Org Foundation (also representing Mesa and Wayland), CentOS, FFmpeg, Coreboot, FreeBSD, KDE, MariaDB, QEMU, Wine, etc.

Students interested in seeing the full list or learning more about this annual initiative by Google to encourage involvement with upstream open-source projects can visit Google-Melange.com.
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