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Debian GSoC 2013 Students Accepted!

Aloha, fellow Developers, Please join me in saying welcome to the following students into Debian’s 2013 Google Summer of Code:

Aarsh Shah: Improvements to Debian Search and the Search Interface
Aron Xu: ZFS on Linux integration
Boris Bobrov: Debian Metrics Portal
Catalin Usurelu: Enabling free multimedia real-time communications
(RTC) with Debian
Eleanor Chen: MIPS N32/N64 ABI Port
Emmanouil Kiagias: Redesign metapackage creation for Debian Blends
Eugenio Cano-Manuel: Leiningen & Clojure packaging
Fabian Grünbichler: Add CROTP support to oath-toolkit and dynalogin
Gustavo Alkmim: Bootstrappable Debian
Justus Winter: Debian GNU/Hurd Debianish initialization
Lei Wang: OpenRC init system in Debian
Léo Cavaillé: scan-build on the Debian archive
Marko Lalic: PTS rewrite in Django
Pawel Sarbinowski: Debian Android Application
Shuxiong Ye: OpenJDK and Debian
Simon Chopin: Implementation of message passing in the Debian
infrastructure

You can read more on bits.d.o[0], join us on IRC at oftc/#debian-soc,
and be sure to welcome our students if you see them around the community.

If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch over email or IRC.

Mahalo,
Paul, Sukhbir, David, and Nicolas

[0]: http://bits.debian.org/2013/05/welcome-gsoc-students-2013.html


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