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* [https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/timeline GSOC 2022 Timeline] (Feb 7-21 is Org application window, acceptances announced Mar 7.)
 
* [https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/timeline GSOC 2022 Timeline] (Feb 7-21 is Org application window, acceptances announced Mar 7.)
 
* 2022 changes - after shifting to shorter projects in 2021, GSOC now allows flexible project/time commitments from 10-22 wks (12 standard, org/mentor flexibility on milestone dates).
 
* 2022 changes - after shifting to shorter projects in 2021, GSOC now allows flexible project/time commitments from 10-22 wks (12 standard, org/mentor flexibility on milestone dates).
* [https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/faq GSOC FAQ] (took note that the organization does get a small stipend for participating... helping a bit to offset yearly infrastructure costs)
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* [https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/faq GSOC FAQ]
 
* Past projects at other orgs ranged quite widely in scope, especially with change to smaller projects in 2021:
 
* Past projects at other orgs ranged quite widely in scope, especially with change to smaller projects in 2021:
 
** some were often a part of big tasks. Are there bigger octave goals that could be parted out for a GSOC task? parts of classdef, or graphics handles, or a new command window, or dare we suggest JIT?
 
** some were often a part of big tasks. Are there bigger octave goals that could be parted out for a GSOC task? parts of classdef, or graphics handles, or a new command window, or dare we suggest JIT?

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