[Biopython-dev] Fwd: [Open-bio-l] Let's get started with Google Summer of Code 2016
eric.talevich at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 21:24:47 UTC 2016
I'm happy to volunteer as a mentor this year. Is there a way to register
that for OBF's initial application?
For those who missed it, the front page for OBF GSoC 2016 is apparently not
on biopython.org but on GitHub:
And the ideas page is here:
New ideas can be submitted via pull request:
On Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 8:04 AM, Peter Cock <p.j.a.cock at googlemail.com>
> Its Google Summer of Code (GSoC) time again :)
> A special welcome to Biopython contributor Kai Blin who has
> kindly volunteered to serve as the OBF GSoC administrator.
> As in previous years, we (Biopython) will need potential mentors
> or co-mentors (it is time demanding, but can be enormously
> rewarding), and some potential project ideas to include with
> the OBF GSoC application.
> It would be great to start updating the wiki page,
> Note Google dropped support for the relevant OpenID API,
> but Yahoo OpenID seems to be working again. As an aside,
> if anyone knows a lot about MediaWiki installations and
> OpenID, please drop us an email on root-l at ... to see if you
> can help.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Kai Blin <kblin at biosustain.dtu.dk>
> Date: Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 3:43 PM
> Subject: [Open-bio-l] Let's get started with Google Summer of Code 2016
> To: "open-bio-l at mailman.open-bio.org" <open-bio-l at mailman.open-bio.org>
> Dear Open Bioinformatics community,
> Google is now accepting applications for mentoring organizations for
> the 2016 installment of the Google Summer of Code. You can find out a
> bit about the Google Summer of Code from an OBF perspective on our
> wiki at http://www.open-bio.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code. My
> apologies for the 2015 material still on there, but I've been fighting
> with the OpenID account creation on our wiki, and have not won so far.
> Still, most of the material still applies for this year.
> In order to actually collect a number of interesting project ideas
> that we could have students work on, we need your help as a community.
> Please join us on the OBF/GSoC mailing list
> (http://lists.open-bio.org/mailman/listinfo/gsoc) so we can get
> I would love to get a good list of proposals together until Wednesday,
> February 17th. To get a feeling what some nice project ideas would
> look like, have a look at our ideas list for 2015
> (http://www.open-bio.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code_2015_Ideas). As in
> the last years, project ideas from all the OBF member projects are
> welcome. Additionally, we would like to invite other bioinformatics
> projects that are connected to the OBF to join us in our GSoC
> application. Connected projects would include projects that are heavy
> users of the Bio* libraries or similar. It would be ideal if all
> project ideas could be backed by two mentors.
> Feel free to forward this message to your respective OBF member
> projects, or connected bioinformatics community.
> Kind regards from the OBF GSoC team,
> Kai Blin,
> OBF administrator for GSoC 2016
> Kai Blin kblin at biosustain.dtu.dk
> PostDoc / Scientific Software Engineer
> DTU Biosustain
> Building Thujahuset, room 2.L.09
> DK - 2970 Hørsholm
> mobile: +45 93511306 twitter: @kaiblin
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