An extensive list of possible tasks for students has been published, covering nearly every area of the Haiku OS – from updating ports of open source software, to low-level kernel development. There are also a instructions available for any students who would like to apply.
Jorge G. Mare (Koki) has created an attractive flier to promote Haiku’s inclusion in this year’s GSoC (PDF and hi-res PNG). So even those of us who aren’t programmers can still help out by printing and posting copies of the flier in the local university’s computer science department.
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