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= Google's Summer of Code 2005 =
 
 
 
The Fedora Project was happy to participate in [http://code.google.com/ Google's]  [http://code.google.com/summerofcode.html Summer of Code]  2005.  This was an extraordinary opportunity to involve students with the open-source community.  Below are the projects selected with Fedora as the mentoring organization.
 
The Fedora Project was happy to participate in [http://code.google.com/ Google's]  [http://code.google.com/summerofcode.html Summer of Code]  2005.  This was an extraordinary opportunity to involve students with the open-source community.  Below are the projects selected with Fedora as the mentoring organization.
  
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* Vikram Aggarwal <vikrama@gmail.com> - install coverage testing [http://sourceforge.net/projects/pootypedia/ project page]
 
* Vikram Aggarwal <vikrama@gmail.com> - install coverage testing [http://sourceforge.net/projects/pootypedia/ project page]
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Latest revision as of 01:38, 15 January 2009

The Fedora Project was happy to participate in Google's Summer of Code 2005. This was an extraordinary opportunity to involve students with the open-source community. Below are the projects selected with Fedora as the mentoring organization.

Selected Projects

  • Praveenkumar Ponnusamy <ps.praveenkr@gmail.com> - global bash history project page
  • Ulisses Furquim <ulissesf@gmail.com> - pylibparted project page
  • Darko Ilic <darko.ilic@gmail.com> - [wiki:Self:Kadischi Kadischi] (live CD generator)
  • Pedro Fernandes Macedo <pmacedo@dcc.ufmg.br> - smart mirror selection project page
  • Camron T. Lacy <clacy@ctltechnologies.net> - system-config-securitylevel Sourceforge page
  • Vikram Aggarwal <vikrama@gmail.com> - install coverage testing project page