Summer of Code 2007
- 1 Application
- 1.1 Describe your organization
- 1.2 Why is your organization applying to participate in GSoC 2007? What do you hope to gain by participating?
- 1.3 Did your organization participate in GSoC 2005 or 2006? If so, please summarize your involvement and the successes and failures of your student projects.
- 1.4 If your organization has not previously participated in GSoC, have you applied in the past? If so, for what year(s)?
- 1.5 Who will your organization administrator be? Please include Google Account information.
- 1.6 What license does your project use?
- 1.7 What is the URL for your ideas page?
- 1.8 What is the main development mailing list for your organization?
- 1.9 What is the main IRC channel for your organization?
- 1.10 Does your organization have an application template you would like to see students use? If so, please provide it now.
- 1.11 Who will be your backup organization administrator? Please include Google Account information.
- 1.12 Who will your mentors be? Please include Google Account Information.
- 1.13 What criteria did you use to select these individuals as mentors? Please be as specific as possible.
- 1.14 What is your plan for dealing with disappearing students?
- 1.15 What is your plan for dealing with disappearing mentors?
- 1.16 What steps will you take to encourage students to interact with your project's community before, during and after the program?
- 1.17 What will you do to ensure that your accepted students stick with the project after GSoC concludes?
Google Summer of Code has a formal application process for mentoring applications this year. The window is March 5-12. This section is for development of our joint application with Annodex.
Here are the questions the GSoC faq says we must address:
Describe your organization
Xiph.org is an open source project and non-profit corporation dedicated to providing open and free-to-implement multimedia technology as a foundation for an interoperable, level playing field on the internet and other digital distribution networks.