Google Summer Of Code – Squeak’n style

16 April, 2007

Squeak Summer Of Code

Thanks to a lot of very hard work by Giovanni Corriga all the mentors and applicants, Squeak was selected for five projects in the Google Summer of Code.

From Giovanni:

Hi all,

It is a great pleasure for me, as the admin of the Squeak Summer of Code effort, to introduce to you the five projects that have been selected for this year’s Summer of Code. They are:

Developing a package model
by Damien Cassou, mentored by Stephane Ducasse

Improving the Compiler frameworks
by Mathieu Suen, mentored by Marcus Denker

A Squeak HTML/CSS Viewer
by Jerome Chauveau, mentored by Todd Blanchard

Collaborative Development
by Benjamin Vanderheyden Schroeder, mentored by Ralph Johnson

One Wiki to Rule Them All
by Oleg Korsak, mentored by Keith Patrick Hodges

These five projects have been selected among the 35 proposals submitted by 25 students. This hasn’t been an easy task for the mentors, because the good proposals were many and the competition fierce. I’d like to thank all the students who applied, and invite all of them to propose us a project for the 2008 edition of the Summer of Code.

But in the end Squeak could get more than just this five projects: I have been contacted by a couple of students who are still interested in working on their proposed projects, either under the SummerTalk banner, or just in their spare time.

Again, I’d like to thank all the students and the mentors involved in this effort for all the work they’ve done. Thanks, guys!

Ciao,

Giovanni

To follow the squeak summer of code project visit of the Summer of Squeak Blog.

4 Responses to “Google Summer Of Code – Squeak’n style”


  1. Thanks Giovanni for the good work !


  2. […] Google Summer Of Code – Squeak’n style [image] Thanks to a lot of very hard work by Giovanni Corriga all the mentors and applicants, Squeak was selected for […] […]

  3. J.S. Says:

    Kind of late… but thanks for the post!

    Unfortunately, the link to the project “A Squeak HTML/CSS Viewer“ leads to a 404 error. Do you have any information if anything of the project is still online/published/available?

    Thanks!
    J.S.


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