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There are two summer of code events:
 
There are two summer of code events:
  
'''GSoC''': GSoC is a Google-sponsored event to get students involved in Open Source projects ([https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/ GSoC Website]). GNU Radio has participated in GSoC 2012 through 2016 with a high success rate, and will again in 2017.
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'''GSoC''': GSoC is a Google-sponsored event to get students involved in Open Source projects ([https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/ GSoC Website]). GNU Radio has participated in GSoC from 2012 through 2017 with a high success rate.
  
'''SOCIS:''' The "ESA Summer of Code in Space" is a GSoC-inspired, yet different event sponsored by the European Space Agency ([http://sophia.estec.esa.int/socis/) Website]. In 2015, we participated for the first time, and then again in 2016.
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'''SOCIS:''' The "ESA Summer of Code in Space" is a GSoC-inspired, yet different event sponsored by the European Space Agency ([http://sophia.estec.esa.int/socis/) Website]. GNU Radio has participated in SOCIS from 2015 through 2017.
  
We will be using the same page for these programs in order to avoid duplication of effort.
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Students interested in participating, read the [[GSoCStudentInfo|student instructions]] and the [[GSoCManifest|rules of conduct]].
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For previous and currently ongoing projects as well as success stories, read the [[GSoCPastProjects|page of past GSoC projects]].
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== GSoC 2017 ==
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Three projects were accepted for GNU Radio GSoC 2017:
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=== Implementing SigMF Functionality for GNU Radio ===
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* Student: Kostis Triantafyllakis
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* Code: [https://github.com/ctriant/gr-sigmf gr-sigmf]
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* Blog: [http://ixion.csd.uoc.gr/ctriant/ http://ixion.csd.uoc.gr/ctriant/]
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* Original Idea: [[GSoCIdeas#Implement_SigMF_functionality_for_GNU_Radio|SigMF Functionality for GNU Radio]]
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=== A DAB/DAB+ Transceiver Application ===
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* Student: Kartik Patel
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* Code: [https://github.com/kit-cel/gr-dab gr-dab]
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* Blog: [https://dabtransceiver.wordpress.com/ https://dabtransceiver.wordpress.com/]
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* Original Idea: [[GSoCIdeas#A_DAB.2FDAB.2B_transceiver_app|A DAB/DAB+ transceiver app]]
  
Students interested in participating, read the [[GSoCStudentInfo|student instructions]] and the [[GSoCManifest|rules of conduct]].
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=== A Web-Based Display Mechanism ===
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* Student: Luca Schmid
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* Code: [https://github.com/kartikp1995/gr-bokehgui/ gr-bokehgui]
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* Blog: [http://kartikpatel.in/GSoC2017/ http://kartikpatel.in/GSoC2017/]
  
For previous and currently ongoing projects as well as success stories, read the [[GSoCPastProjects|page of past GSoC projects]]. We are very happy with what our participants have managed to contribute.
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* Original Idea: [[GSoCIdeas#A_HTML-based_GUI_for_GNU_Radio_applications|A HTML-based GUI for GNU Radio applications]]
  
 
== Summer of Code: List of ideas ==
 
== Summer of Code: List of ideas ==

Revision as of 20:41, 17 May 2017

Summer of Code

There are two summer of code events:

GSoC: GSoC is a Google-sponsored event to get students involved in Open Source projects (GSoC Website). GNU Radio has participated in GSoC from 2012 through 2017 with a high success rate.

SOCIS: The "ESA Summer of Code in Space" is a GSoC-inspired, yet different event sponsored by the European Space Agency (Website. GNU Radio has participated in SOCIS from 2015 through 2017.

Students interested in participating, read the student instructions and the rules of conduct.

For previous and currently ongoing projects as well as success stories, read the page of past GSoC projects.

GSoC 2017

Three projects were accepted for GNU Radio GSoC 2017:

Implementing SigMF Functionality for GNU Radio

A DAB/DAB+ Transceiver Application

A Web-Based Display Mechanism

Summer of Code: List of ideas

For the list of ideas for the current summer of code, see our summer of code ideas list.
In the past, we've had lots of good ideas for SoC projects we didn't implement, they're archived on the old ideas list.