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Google Summer of Code Fellowship 2017

Deadline: 03-Apr-2017

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Google Summer of Code Fellowship 2017 invites application for the students who are at least 18 years or above, enrolled in or accepted into an accredited institution, colleges, universities, post graduation programs, PhD programs and undergraduate programs. This is a global program focused on bringing more student developers into open source software development and work with an open source organisation on a 3-month programming project during their break from school and the fellow will get stipend during the period.

Eligibility

  • Students must be at least 18 years old at the time of registration.
  • Students must be enrolled in or accepted into an accredited institution including (but not necessarily limited to) colleges, universities, post graduation programs, PhD programs and undergraduate programs as of the GSoC Student Acceptance Date (May 4, 2017).
  • Students must be eligible to work in their country of residence during the duration of a program.
  • Students must be a resident of a country not currently embargoed by the United States.

How to apply?

The application can be done online with the following steps:
Step 1: Click
on apply now.
Step 2: Enter your eligibility details.
Step 3: Fill your personal details.
Step 4: Now enter user agreement.
Step 5: Submit.

More Information

Dates:

  • Student Projects Announced: May 4, 2017, accepted students are paired with a mentor and start planning their projects and milestones.
  • Community Bonding: May 5-30, 2017, students spend a month learning more about their organisation’s community.
  • Coding: May 30, 2017-August 21, 2017, students work on their Google Summer of Code projects.
  • Evaluations: June 26-30, 2017, July 24 - 28, 2017, mentors and students submit their evaluations of one another. These evaluations are a required step of the program.
  • Students Submit Code and Final Evaluations: August 21-29, 2017, students submit their code, project summaries, and final evaluations of their mentors.
  • Mentors Submit Final Evaluations: August 29, 2017-September 5, 2017, mentors review student code samples and determine if the students have successfully completed their Google Summer of Code 2017 project.
  • Results Announced: September 6, 2017, students are notified of the pass/fail status of their Google Summer of Code 2017 projects.

Representations and Warranties:

  • Students should be eligible, as described in the program rules, to participate in the program as a student.
  • The information student provides about their self during registration and in subsequent communications with Google is truthful and accurate.

Submissions:

  • Should be original.
  • Should not malicious, defamatory, libellous, pornographic, or obscene.
  • Do not violate any applicable laws.
  • Do not violate any rights of any other person or entity or any obligation you may have with them.

Important:

  • Submissions mean any materials student submit to Google in connection with the Program, including Project Submissions and Evaluations.
  • The student retains all ownership rights you had in your Submissions before submitting them.
  • Student grant Google a non-exclusive, worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable, free license (with a right to sublicense) to reproduce, prepare derivative works of, distribute, perform, display, and otherwise use their submissions for the purpose of administering the program and promoting Google Summer of Code.

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