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Summer of Code 2011 - Projects Announced!

The selection results are out, and this year we will have 13 projects on the Summer for Code 2011! Congratulations to the all students that were accepted to work with the Mono Project.
We'd like to thank all the students who've applied. We received a lot of good applications and, as always, slots and mentors are limited, so we had to make some tough decisions. We're always happy to provide guidance and support to anyone who'd like to contribute, so even if you weren't accepted, we'd still like to have you in our community!
This year, we have the following projects:
ILASM Cecil Backend / Managed ILDASM Student: Alex Rønne Petersen This project seeks to rewrite the ILASM backend to use the Mono.Cecil library, as well as provide a managed version of ILDASM.
Improve XBuild C++ support and MonoDevelop build integration Student: João Matos Improving C/C++ support in MonoDevelop IDE with XBuild C++ tasks, C/C++ project support and more.
Mono C++ Interop Student: Alex Corrado Thi…

Summer of Code 2011

Another year, another Summer of Code, and The Mono Project is once again participating as a mentoring organization!

From now until the 27th, students and mentoring organizations come together to discuss project ideas, so now is the time for you to join our wonderful community and start discussing your ideas with us, so we can help you get them refined into a great proposal.
Join in on Mono IRC, including the Mono SoC channel, #monosoc.Ask and answer questions on the Mono mailing listsBrowse the Project Ideas list or come up with ideas of your own and discuss them with usFix some bugs and file some patches to demonstrate your skills! If you'd like to be a mentor or assist in mentoring, please help guiding students on IRC and the mailing lists. If you have ideas for the ideas page, or any other comments, please email Andreia Gaita.

Stay tuned for more GSoC-related news and important dates via this blog and Twitter.