200+ Open-Source Projects Involved In GSoC 2021
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 10 March 2021 at 07:07 AM EST. 4 Comments
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Google has announced the 202 open-source projects that will be included as part of this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC) initiative for getting students involved in free software development.

Even with this year's Google Summer of Code requiring half the time with half the stipend as prior years and that leading to some organizations not participating, there still are over two hundred open-source projects set to participate including 31 that will be part of GSoC for the first time.


Student applications for GSoC 2021 will open up on 29 March and run through 13 April. Among the many notable organizations participating in GSoC 2021 include:

- Android Graphics Tool Team (GraphicsFuzz).
- Audacity
- Blender
- Boost C++ Libraries
- Ceph
- Chromium
- Debian
- FFmpeg
- FreeBSD
- Gentoo
- GNOME
- GCC
- Godot Engine
- Haiku
- KDE
- Kodi
- LibreOffice
- MariaDB
- OpenCV
- openSUSE
- Python
- QEMU
- ReactOS
- Swift
- TensorFlow
- The LLVM Foundation
- TianoCore
- VideoLAN
- Xfce
- Xrdesktop

More details on the Google Open-Source Blog with the current GSoC 2021 details.
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