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Debian Summer of Code ‘08 : Where are they now (part 1/3)

It’s been a while now since the 2008 Summer of Code ended. This year, twelve (?) projects were selected. That’s twelve students working full time on a Debian-related project during the summer.
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I am going to give a talk about this at FOSDEM (go to FOSDEM!) so I’m giving you a little preview. I need your help to collect information for my talk. As you know, information is always hard to come by with these kinds of projects so anything can be useful.

Without further ado, let’s have a look at the cast of the Debian Google Summer of Code 2008:

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