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=== GSOC 2022 opening soon ===
 
=== GSOC 2022 opening soon ===
 
* In this wiki [[GSoC]] (landing page) and [[Summer of Code]] (past projects).
 
  
 
* [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.)
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* 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?
** Some amounted to "tackle all the bugs related to X". Are there bug categories or unimplemented function categories (that might require particular coding or mathematical knowledge) worth directing particular focus on? 'the unimplemented interpolant classes/functions' or 'unimplemented image package functions related to feature recognition' or ...  
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** Some amounted to "tackle all the bugs related to X". Are there bug categories or unimplemented function categories (that might require particular coding or mathematical knowledge) worth directing particular focus on? 'the unimplemented interpolant clasess/functions' or 'unimplemented image package functions related to feature recognition' or ...  
 
** "complete this unfinished thing" tasks (prior gsoc? pkg related? the 'did you mean' feature?)  
 
** "complete this unfinished thing" tasks (prior gsoc? pkg related? the 'did you mean' feature?)  
 
* Thinking ahead, 'Google Season of Docs' has typically announced/opened their program in Feb-March.  Are there small/large doc projects worth getting into GSOD so a paid freelance technical writer/coder can take it on for 6-9 months? Successful examples ranging from document creation to doc infrastructure - [https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs/docs/participants 2021] [https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs/docs/2020/participants 2020] [https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs/docs/2019/participants 2019]
 
* Thinking ahead, 'Google Season of Docs' has typically announced/opened their program in Feb-March.  Are there small/large doc projects worth getting into GSOD so a paid freelance technical writer/coder can take it on for 6-9 months? Successful examples ranging from document creation to doc infrastructure - [https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs/docs/participants 2021] [https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs/docs/2020/participants 2020] [https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs/docs/2019/participants 2019]
* Please find small / partial contributions (also m-files) that help you with your current projects on Octave.
 
** HDF5 project?
 
** Time to specify the task lacks...
 
  
 
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