Plone Welcomes Students for Google Summer of Code 2018
Plone has been granted four Google Summer of Code 2018 project slots
For 2018, the Plone Foundation has been granted four Google Summer of Code student project slots.
Google Summer of Code is a global program focused on bringing more student developers into open source software development. Students work with an open source organization on a 3 month programming project during their break from school.
After careful selection of the many project proposals presented, we are pleased to announce that the following students will be working on various aspects of Plone:
- Shriyansh Agrawal (IFTTT plugin for Plone)
- Akshay (Command Line Plone Tools)
- Ajay NS (GatsbyJS Integration with Plone)
- Nilesh Gulia (Create-React-App for Plone-React)
Read more about their projects
To our new students: welcome to the Plone community – we wish you a great learning experience over the coming summer. Congratulations!
Mentoring these students will be:
- Timo Stollenwerk (former Plone GSoC student!)
- Rob Gietema
- Victor Fernandez de Alba
- Asko Soukka
- Andrea Cecchi
- Paul Roeland
- Alexander Loechel
- Maik Derstappen
- Encolpe Degoute
- Nejc Zupan (former Plone GSoC student!)
- Sally Kleinfeldt
- T. Kim Nguyen
To our mentors: thank you for introducing new developers to open source and our community!