Imaginación y Creatividad aplicada a los nuevos Negocios 2.0
As Mike Pinkerton announced previously, the Camino Project is once again participating in the Google Summer of Code (we’re listed under the Mozilla Project). We’re looking for student developers interested in making a meaningful contribution to Mac software used by hundreds of thousands. Past projects, such as the scrollable tab bar in Camino 1.6 and the tab overview feature in the Camino 2 preview releases, have been great experiences for student developers, the Camino Project, and our users who ultimately benefit from the new features.
We have provided a list of project suggestions on our wiki to get you started, but if you have your own idea, we’re interested in hearing about it. Google’s deadline for student applications for this summer’s program is Friday, April 3, 2009; if you’re interested in working on a Camino project, you still have a week to develop and polish you application. See Google’s 2009 Summer of Code home page for more information on deadlines and the application process.
We look forward to receiving applications for this summer, and we wish all applicants good luck!
Via.Posted on Thursday, March 26, 2009 at 7:20pm PDT by Smokey Ardisson
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