3 May 2006 msevior   » (Master)

Google Summer of Code applications are now open.

If you are a student and would like to paid $4500.00 by Google to work on AbiWord or a related project over the Summer, I have put together a few wiki pages describing what you need to do, along with a template (stolen from the perl project) that provides a framework to clearly address the selection criteria. Using this template will significantly enhance your chances of being accepted by Google.

The start point is here:

http://www.abisource.com/twiki/bin/view/Abiword/GoogleSummerOfCode2006

Google is accepting applications until May 8th.

Good Luck!

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