As we reported earlier this month, Moodle is once again a part of the Google Summer of Code – for the 10th year in a row! If you are a student who is interested in getting paid to gain experience, work with a mentor and, ahem, make Moodle that much better – now is the time to get your application in.
You must register your interest in #GSOC2016 by March 26! Click here to go to the Summer of Code site within Moodle.org to get started.
There are already a fair amount (72 to be exact) of registered applicants who have indicated their interest in pursuing a particular project, as indicated by an informal poll here. All of the project look both interesting a valuable. These project ideas came from Moodle’s suggestions for projects for new developers.
Now is the time to get in on the game. Click here to register and participate.
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Will you participate in the GSOC2016? Tell us about the project in which you’re most interested in the comments below!