Google announced the list of accepted mentoring organizations for Google Summer of Code 2010. “After reviewing over 365 applications, we finally narrowed to 150 Free and Open Source projects. The accepted projects are now busy adding details about their participation in Google Summer of Code to program website, but you can already take a look at the list of accepted projects and their Ideas Lists. “No doubt many would-be Google Summer of Code students are wondering what their next steps should be. You'll have about 1.5 weeks to learn about each participating organization before student applications open on March 29, 2010. Use this time to meet your potential mentors and to discuss how you'd like to contribute to their organization, especially your ideas for improving their code base. Keep an eye on the program mailing lists, as we'll post notes about additional resources for learning about our mentoring organizations there,” notes Google.