Re: [UMN_MAPSERVER-USERS] FYI: Google to pay student open source developers (Summer of Code)

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Re: [UMN_MAPSERVER-USERS] FYI: Google to pay student open source developers (Summer of Code)

I'm cross posting this because it is an excellent opportunity for students.
I was a paid intern (studying pterodactyls), and my company employs paid
interns to perform well bounded summer projects.  The intern gains
invaluable industry experience and a semester's worth of tuition (or beer).
One more reason Google rocks:  Applying a proven industry technique in a
new and benevolent way for OSS.


             Mike Juvrud                                                  
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             LISTS.UMN.EDU>            [UMN_MAPSERVER-USERS] FYI: Google  
                                       to pay student open source          
                                       developers (Summer of Code)        
             06/01/2005 09:32                                              
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                Mike Juvrud                                                
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Google has announced (May 31) that it will provide a $4500 stipend to
student developers (& $500 to the mentoring organization) that complete
work on open source projects over the summer. Perhaps MapServer would want
to be a “mentoring organization”?

“Summer of Code” Program details:

“Mentoring Organization” FAQ:

Mike Juvrud
GIS Programmer, Mud Labs
Glenwood, MN USA
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