The GNOME Foundation is excited to announce that GNOME is participating in Google Summer of Code. We have participated every year since the program’s inception, and are proud to share with you our students for 2020!
- Clarissa Borges – Evaluation of requirements, content, design and components for the refresh of gnome.org
- Yetizone – UI improvements to Epiphany’s Preferences, History dialog and the Bookmarks popover
- Apoorv Sachan – Port Nautilus Properties Dialog to Use GtkBuilder
- S-Sai Vineet – Polish and optimise gitg files and diff plugins
- Ujjwal Kumar – An adpative GTK widget
- Kavan Mevada – Redesign Sound Recorder to make it adaptive.
- José F Lorenzo-Hernández – Improvements to battery testing
- Alejandro Domínguez – Support for multiple user accounts in Fractal
- Mariana Pícolo – Redesign of the GNOME Shell Notification popover
- Adwait Rawat Adding UI for importing and managing firmware in GNOME Games
- Mahmoud Khalil – Detecting Differences Between Two Non-Consecutive Commits in Gitg
- Neville Antony – Implement Collections in GNOME Games
- Chinmay Gurjar – Add Support for Remote Sources in Music
Each project has an experienced community mentor working alongside the students.
To our new students, welcome! To our returning students, welcome back! We wish the students best with their respective projects.
You can follow the progress of each student by reading their blog posts on Planet GNOME.
A complete list of GNOME Summer of Code 2020 projects are available at the GNOME wiki.
The GNOME foundation is grateful for Google’s efforts and the mentors who make Google Summer of Code possible.