Google SoC 2009 FreeBSD projects announced

Google SoC 2009 FreeBSD projects announced

Google announced yesterday the students selected to participate in the Google Summer of Code 2009. Among the 1,000 students, 20 will be working on FreeBSD related projects. The list with students, mentors and projects can be found here We wish all the students the...
FreeBSD and Google Summer of Code 2009

FreeBSD and Google Summer of Code 2009

Google is now hosting the Google Summer of Code for the 5th year running, and FreeBSD has been selected again as eligible for the mentoring organisation. If you or any other student is interested in contributing to the development of FreeBSD and get paid for doing so,...

FreeBSD and Google’s Summer of Code (GSoC)

The FreeBSD Project is pleased that Google has once again invited the FreeBSD Project to participate in their Summer of Code program, which pays student developers to work on Open Source projects. Over the last four years, over 70 Summer of Code projects have...

BSDers at the Googleplex

Matt Olander and Murray Stokely have written up a summary of the MeetBSD Conference last month: The meetBSD 2008 conference recently held at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California, USA brought together more than 150 users and developers of the various flavors of...

New Channel on YouTube for BSD Technical Content

Murray Stokely, from the FreeBSD Core Team, has setup a new channel for technical BSD content on Youtube for high quality, full hour-long videos of talks and tutorials from BSD Conferences http://uk.youtube.com/bsdconferences Thanks to help from the Open Source...

FreeBSD Summer of Code finished – update

Murray Stockely reports about the success rate for Summer of Code students working on FreeBSD. 19 out of 21 students successfully completed the program this summer.  He has created a summary of all 19 individual projects. On the Google Open Source Blog he wrote a post...