Google Code-in 2010 Open Source Contest Announced, 'GNOME, Haiku, KDE, WordPress' and More! Participating

Google have chosen following 20 open source organizations to participate as mentoring organizations in Google Code-in 2010. "These organizations will be creating tasks forstudent participants in the contest to work on and submit to earn prizes. We'll be having tasks from all 8 categories in our task tracker: code, documentation, outreach, quality assurance, research, training, […]

Google have chosen following 20 open source organizations to participate as mentoring organizations in Google Code-in 2010. "These organizations will be creating tasks forstudent participants in the contest to work on and submit to earn prizes. We'll be having tasks from all 8 categories in our task tracker: code, documentation, outreach, quality assurance, research, training, translation, user interface," stated Google.

Apertium Project, Battle for Wesnoth, Debian Project, Dragonfly BSD, Drupal, GNOME, Haiku, KDE, LimeSurvey, MoinMoin, Mono Project, OSUOSL, Parrot Foundation and The Perl Foundation, Plone Foundation, RTEMS Project, Sahana Software Foundation, Tux4Kids, VideoLAN, WordPress, and WorldForge.

If you like to participate in the contest! Simply visit Melange and click "Sign In." Log in or create a Google account, and then click "Create Profile" on the left. Once done you're ready to start claiming tasks on November 22!

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