Difference between revisions of "GSoC"

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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.  
coreboot welcomes students from all backgrounds and levels of experience. To be 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.
Please, email your serial output results to the mailing list.


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# Have you contributed to an open source project? Which one? What was your experience?
# Have you contributed to an open source project? Which one? What was your experience?
# Have you built and run coreboot? Did you have problems?
# Have you built and run coreboot? Did you have problems?
# Did you review and comment on coreboot code in Gerrit? Which patches?
# Did you find and fix a coreboot bug? Did you send a patch to Gerrit? Please provide a link to the Gerrit page.
# 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).
# Please provide an overview of your project (in your own words).

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