For the third consecutive year, Haiku has been accepted as a Google Summer of Code project. The news was announced on the Haiku site back on March 18th, it was also reported by IsComputerOn.

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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