phillip at communitybandwidth
Mar 25, 2009, 9:08 AM
Post #2 of 3
Apologies for the slow response. Contrary to popular opinion that I
had fallen into a deep pit of despair after getting the news that
Bricolage didn't make it into GSOC this year, I was actually enjoying
a few days off. :-)
David and I were in touch with Jonathan Leto of The Perl Foundation
shortly after we heard the news and his response is below. I'll be
adding our projects to their project list asap this week (today /
tomorrow) and we'll see how it goes from there.
On 20-Mar-09, at 7:11 AM, Jonathan Leto wrote:
> Hello Phillip,
>> Given that Bricolage was included as a project of The Perl
>> Foundation for
>> last year's GSOC program: I'm wondering what options (if any) there
>> would be
>> for doing something similar this year?
>> We have a fairly thorough list of ideas here:
>> And we have six mentors committed.
>> What do you think?
> That sounds great! You and the mentors should get on the
> tpf-gsoc [at] groups list and please add links to you project
> ideas on
> Updates are on my twitter http://twitter.com/dukeleto with the #gsoc
> tag and I will be blogging about this at
> Great to hear from you, keep in touch!
> Jonathan Leto
On 20-Mar-09, at 4:19 AM, Darren Duncan wrote:
> So the list of accepted GSOC 2009 mentor organizations has been
> I didn't see Bricolage on the list, or if its there I missed it.
> But The Perl Foundation was accepted, so if you want to piggyback on
> them then http://www.perlfoundation.org/perl5/index.cgi?gsoc_2009_projects
> can have Bric related projects added to it.
> -- Darren Duncan
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