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Update on CentOS GSoC 2015


Here’s an update on the CentOS Project Google Summer of Code for 2015 posted on the CentOS Seven blog: This might be of interest to the Fedora Project community, so I’m pushing my own reference here to appear on the Fedora Planet. Much of the work happening in the CentOS GSoC effort may be useful […]

GSoC at CentOS office hours


I love how KB started CentOS Project online office hours right after our joint announcement about the new relationship between Red Hat and CentOS. I don’t think this sort of thing was happening before, but it’s now a regular part of exposing the inter-workings of the new CentOS Governing Board. This Monday 10 February at 16:00 UTC […]

CentOS and GSoC


With the Google Summer of Code season upon us, I’ve decided to stick my nose right in to the situation and help run a GSoC for the CentOS Project. I was co-admin for Fedora for 6 GSoC sessions, a mentor for a few specific projects including the kick-off for Transifex, and ran the one-off Fedora […]

Fedora joins Google Code-In 2012


Google Code-In is the pre-college program for 13 to 17 year old students to earn prizes for completing tasks in various open source projects., This year will be the first year that the Fedora Project participates. We’re looking to build on many years success with Google Summer of Code, but the stakes here are higher. […]