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Google Summer of Code 2006

Table of Contents
   Introduction
   Ideas with Mentors
     Improve Kexi Data Import and Migration Features
     Implement Kexi WebForms
   Related Applications
   Applications Accepted by Google

Introduction

A word from Google: Summer of Code 2006 is a program that offers student developers stipends to create new open source programs or to help currently established projects. Google will be working with a variety of open source, free software, and technology-related groups to identify and fund several hundred projects over a three-month period. The inaugural instance of the program, which took place last summer, brought together 400 students and 40 mentoring organizations from 49 countries. We'd like to include even more organizations and participants this year.

The Kexi Project (as one of many KDE subprojects) has been accepted by Google as Open Source project within KOffice Project, which in turn, is represented by non-profit organization KDE e.V..

Details:

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Ideas with Mentors

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Improve Kexi Data Import and Migration Features

  • Status: assigned to two persons, not selected for GSOC
    • "DBase Migration Plugin for Kexi" by Jonathon Manning details.
    • "Paradox & HSQL access for Kexi" by Joseph Wenninger details.
  • Mentor: Jaroslaw Staniek, staniek@kde.org
  • Similar products: Oracle Application Express
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Implement Kexi WebForms

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Related Applications

  • "A database modeller tool for KDE", Hugo Parente Lima, hugo.pl at gmail.com
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Applications Accepted by Google

Unfourtanely, none due to strong competition within KDE and only 20 slots available.



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