Google Summer of Code at 52°North 2017

About the Programme

"... the more code out there, the more everyone benefits."

Google Summer of Code (informally sometimes GSoC) is a program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source projects, more info here. 52°North plans to apply to the program with project ideas from all communities to connect with prospective developers of our Open Source software from all over the world. In short, a student will get paid by Google to work on 52°North software for 3 months during the summer, and will be advised by a mentor from a 52°North partner organisation.

And explore the web for personal experiences and more about GSoC - there are a lot of those! See also this nice prezi:


This is the 52°North perspective on the schedule, please see the steps of the program and the official programm timeline as well.

The main organizi timeline is:
WhenSorted descending What
27 February Accepted mentoring organizations announced.
09 February 18:00 CET Mentoring organization application deadline.
04 May Accepted student proposals announced.
03 April Student application deadline.


Ideas for projects by all communities are on the page GSoC2017ProjectIdeas.

If 52°North is accepted this year, a list of all projects of this year can be found here: GSoC2017Projects.



Organisation Details

The following pages provide information specific to mentors, students and org admins at 52°North.

This topic: Projects > GSoC > GSoC2017
Topic revision: 06 Feb 2017, SimonJirka
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