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Please complete the standard Google SoC application and project proposal. Prospective coreboot GSoC student should provide the following information as part of their application. If you are applying for a flashrom or SerialICE project use common sense when using the template below, this is part of the test. ;)
Please complete the standard Google SoC application and project proposal. Prospective coreboot GSoC student should provide the following information as part of their application. If you are applying for a flashrom or SerialICE project use common sense when using the template below, this is part of the test. ;)
:Name:
:Name:
:Email:
:Email:
:IM/IRC/Skype/other contact:
:IM/IRC/Skype/other contact:
 
:Web Page / Blog / Microblog / Portfolio:
:Country/Timezone:
:Country/Timezone:
:Normal working hours(UTC):
:School:
:School:
:Degree Program:
:Degree Program:
:Expected graduation date:
:Expected graduation date:
:Resume (optional):


:Most students have some time off planned during GSoC. Do you have any vacations? When and how long?


coreboot welcomes students from all backgrounds and levels of experience. To be seriously considered for coreboot GSoC, we recommend joining the mailing list and IRC channel. Introduce yourself and mention that you are a prospective GSoC student. Ask questions and discuss the project that you are considering. Community involvement is a key component of coreboot development. By the time you have submitted your application, you should have downloaded, built a and booted coreboot in QEMU, SimNow, or on real hardware. Please, email your serial output results to the mailing list.  
coreboot welcomes students from all backgrounds and levels of experience. To be seriously considered for coreboot GSoC, we recommend joining the mailing list and IRC channel. Introduce yourself and mention that you are a prospective GSoC student. Ask questions and discuss the project that you are considering. Community involvement is a key component of coreboot development. By the time you have submitted your application, you should have downloaded, built a and booted coreboot in QEMU, SimNow, or on real hardware.  
Please, email your serial output results to the mailing list.


The following information will help coreboot match students with mentors and projects.
The following information will help coreboot match students with mentors and projects.
# Please comment on your software and firmware experience.
# Have you participated in the coreboot community before?
# Have you contributed to an open source project? Which one? What was your experience?
# Have you built and run coreboot? Did you have problems?
# Did you find and fix a coreboot bug? Did you send a patch to Gerrit? Please provide a link to the Gerrit page.
# Please provide an overview of your project (in your own words).
## Provide break down of your project in small specific weekly goals. Think about the potential timeline.
## How will you accomplish this goal? What is your working style?
## Explain what risks or potential problems your project might experience.
## What would you expect as a minimum level of success?
## Do you have a stretch goal?
# What are your other time commitments? Do you have a job, classes, vacations? When and how long?


Please comment on your software and firmware experience.
 
Have you participated in the coreboot community before?
 
Have you contributed to an open source project? Which one? What was your experience?
 
Have you built and run coreboot? Did you have problems?
 
Did you find and fix a coreboot bug? Did you send a patch to Gerrit? Please provide a link to the Gerrit page.
 
Please provide an overview of your project and a break down of your project in small specific goals. Think about the potential timeline. Explain what risks or potential problems your project might experience. What would you expect as a minimum level of success? Do you have a stretch goal?
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