[Gsoc] is Zope participating in 2009?

Allister Beharry allister.beharry at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 13:05:11 EDT 2009

For orgs that have been rejected you can speak to lh (Leslie
Hawthorne) in #gsoc on Freenode during her office hours and find out
why you weren't selected and what you could improve on for next year.
The list of orgs participating has been cut down significantly this
year compared to last year - so it's a lot more competitive.  But
there's no reason you won't be able to participate next year.


2009/3/23 Baiju M <mbaiju at zeomega.net>:
> On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 11:17 AM, Martijn Faassen
> <faassen at startifact.com> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I don't think it's necessarily our fault; Google announced that this
>> year's range of projects would be smaller. I also think we don't have
>> many success stories from last year's projects, so that might've
>> played a role.
>> But I wasn't involved in our attempt to participate this year, so
>> others may know more.
> This is the message received by Aroldo.  I have CC'd him this mail.
>  Hi aroldo,
>     Thank you for submitting "Zope Foundation, Inc" organization application to
>  Google Summer of Code 2009. Unfortunately, we were unable to accept your
>  organization's application at this time. We received many more
> applications for the
>  program than we are able to accommodate, and we would encourage you to reapply
>  for future instances of the program.
>  Best regards,
>  Google Open Source Programs
> Regards,
> Baiju M
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