For the second year in a row, SAT will be a mentor organization for the program. This initiative was created by Google and aims to introduce students and beginners to open source software development and more broadly to animation the community.
We encourage participation from students from communities under-represented in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) fields. We aim at increasing the participation of groups traditionally underrepresented in software development (including but not limited to: women, LGBTQ+, underrepresented minorities, and people with disabilities).
The Society for Arts and Technology [SAT] is a non-profit organization recognized internationally for the development and creative use of immersive technologies, virtual reality and high-speed networks. Founded in 1996, its triple mission as a center for the arts, training and research, is to enable and host immersive multisensorial experiences.
Open-source tools created at and contributed to by the SAT include, grouped by theme:
Potential contributors to GSoC should first discuss project ideas with the mentoring organization.
To discuss project ideas with SAT, please:
We will then discuss together with you contributors so that we can agree on project ideas and lead you to submit your proposal as part of next step.
Meet in our Matrix channel our GSoC team, including organization managers, project managers and mentors:
Christian Frisson, Edu Meneses, Emmanuel Durand, Francis Lecavalier, Guillaume Riou, Jean-Michaël Celerier, Joseph Malloch, Marcelo Wanderley, Michał Seta, Olivier Gauthier, Pia Baltazar, Suresh Krishna.
To submit proposals to apply as student contributors with the SAT, please:
We will then work together with you contributors so that you can submit your proposal by applying on https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com as required by the GSoC program.
The deadline to submit a project if April 4.
GSoC contributors get to know mentors, read documentation, get up to speed to begin working on their projects.
Mentors and GSoC contributors can begin submitting Phase 1 evaluations.
GSoC contributors work on their project with guidance from mentors.
GSoC contributors submit their final work product and their final mentor evaluation (standard coding period).
Mentors submit final GSoC contributor evaluations (standard coding period).
Initial results of Google Summer of Code 2023 announced.
Final date for all GSoC contributors to submit their final work product.
Final date for mentors to submit evaluations for GSoC contributor projects with extended deadlines.