BeagleBoard.org Google Summer of Code 2011
Google has announced Summer of Code 2011. If you have interest in participating as a student, mentor, or merely an interested community member, please take the following steps:
- Join the BeagleBoard-GSoC mailing list to get announcements and to simply be part of the discussion. All official announcements will have the word "Announce" or "Announcement" in the subject line.
- If you have a bit more tolerance for noise, join the general Google Summer of Code mailing list. Approved mentors will automatically be added to the mentor mailing list, so there is no need to apply to that mailing list.
- Up until March 14th, please add your project ideas to the project idea wiki page.
- For more information regarding the BeagleBoard.org application, project ideas, mentors and past GSoC projects please visit eLinux.org/BeagleBoard/GSoC.
BeagleBoard.org Google Summer of Code 2010
BeagleBoard.org has been accepted as a mentoring organization for the Google Summer of Code 2010. For more information, visit eLinux.org/BeagleBoard/GSoC.
Lightning talk introductions to Google Summer of Code
In association with TI eTech Day on June 29, BeagleBoard.org hosted a question and answer session with the BeagleBoard.org moderated Google Summer of Code students. You can learn more about their projects by watching the videos below. Projects include USB sniffing, pulse-width modulation, XBMC optimizations, FFTW optimizations, OpenCV optimizations, and easy-to-use POSIX application development for the DSP.
BeagleBoard.org sponsored project introductions
DSP-RPC-POSIX using C6Run
Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
XBMC Rendering Optimizations
My apologies for the audio quality on this one...