[PD] Google Summer of Code 2011
pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt
Mon Jun 7 00:28:04 CEST 2010
Its a great initiative, although more support for pd on android is
interesting and can give a more "google appeal" to it, try to cover many
areas where help is needed, like in the previous applications for GSoC.
>expanding the PD showcase of projects made with pd (like the Processing
Yep, very important! For instance I learned here in this list that EA used a
modified pd for Spore audio synthesis! That should give pd some points :P
best of luck with this year's application,
On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 11:21 PM, Dan Wilcox <danomatika at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm definitely interested and willing to help out. I will be a student
> again starting in the fall, so I'd be eligible to work on it next summer.
> I think it's important to not only make a great application but also define
> what we as a community and the project need to do in order to support the
> application. This makes me think of things like:
> - getting a list of universities, organizations, and individuals that
> use pd (with links, logos, etc)
> - expanding the PD showcase of projects made with pd (like the Processing
> Exhibition <http://processing.org/exhibition/>)
> - centralizing information: integrating the main pure-data.info wiki,
> the source forge page, the pd forum, and this list in some way? sort of a
> more cohesive web presence if that makes sense. Maybe this is not practical
> - a wiki section for externals with info and links for all major
> libraries (including those in pd-extended)
> On Jun 6, 2010, at 10:22 PM, patrick mcnameeking wrote:
> Hello List:
> I am interested in putting together an application for Pure Data to
> participate in next year's Google Summer of Code event. The Summer of Code
> is an event where students are matched with mentors to work on various
> open-source projects, and are given a rather generous stipend. More
> information can be found here:
> As an organization, Pure Data has applied to participate in GSoC twice in
> the past and has been rejected. The reasons for rejection are not clear to
> me, but Hans-Christoph Steiner, who has lead the charge in the past, said
> that he thinks it is worth trying to reapply.
> Here is a link to a previous application that was rejected:
> While perusing through the list of organizations that are participating in
> 2010's Summer of Code, I couldn't help but notice that many of them were
> tagged with application to Google's Android OS. Since Pd can be ported to
> Android, it might be to our benefit to point out Pd's possible application
> to developing mobile apps.
> Alternatively, if nothing pans out for Pd in terms of GSoC (either from
> rejection of an application or from a lack of interest) it was suggested to
> me by Andy Farnell to seek alternative sponsorship from possible benefactors
> such as Sun or EA.
> Finally, I'd like to say upfront that I'm a University Student and what
> originally got me interested in GSoC was the potential prestige and stipend
> that would accompany participation. If some sort of grant/sponsorship
> opportunity opens up, I fully intend on applying for it. I ask that if at
> any point in time it seems as though I am creating an unfair advantage for
> myself, that someone please let me know.
> I hope that as a community we can make something happen!
> 'Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow.'
> Dan Wilcox
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