Congratulations to Habi for spearheading the effort. A list of all 175 accepted mentoring organizations is here. If you know of a university student who would like to get paid to write code this summer, let them know about the Google Summer of Code: the student is free to work on a project idea of is liking, including his own original ideas, within the context of a mentoring organization like ours, and gets T-shirt and a neat stipend from Google.
Next step for would-be student participants that wants to do work on the Hugin/Enblend/Panotools codebase is to join the mailing list, introduce themselves and make their intention of participating in the Summer of Code as students known, and work on their applications. The earlier you start, the better. The application deadline is April 8 19:00 UTC.
For advice to would-be student participants, look at the Google Summer of Code category in this blog. Good luck everybody!
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