From PostgreSQL wiki
The GSoC projects accepted for 2010 are:
- Improve phpPgAdmin ergonomy by Leonardo Augusto Sápiras (blog)
- Add MERGE command by Boxuan Zhai
- Database Designer for pgAdmin by luis ochoa
- Materialized Views by Pavel Baros
- Database Schema Difference Visualizer by adeel khan
- Add JSON datatype by Joseph Adams
We are also working on a twitter list for those involved this year. If you are missing, please send us your info:
- March 8th - 12th, Mentoring Application Due
- March 29th - April 9th, Student Applications Due
- GSOC 2010 Home page
- GSOC 2010 FAQ
- Postgres GSOC Page, Needs Updating!
- Twitter stream of mentors and students
- Robert Treat - Past mentor 2x, co-admin, Mentor Summit attendee.
- Selena Deckelmann - Co-admin, Mentor Summit attendee.
- Dave Page - Former mentor - pgAdmin, Windows, Packaging, Infrastructure
- Robert Haas - CommitFest Manager
- Heikki Linnakangas - Postgres Committer
- Magnus Hagander - Postgres Committer, Windows, pgAdmin
- Guillaume Lelarge - pgAdmin
- Jehan-Guillaume de Rorthais - phpPgAdmin
- Josh Berkus - auto-configuration, performance testing
- Andreas Scherbaum - performance, ddl, configuration
- Florian - read-only on snapshots, no advancement of xid on select statements
- Ivan - Full-Text Support in phpPgAdmin
- Mickael Deloison - pgScript engine for pgAdmin
- Luis Alberto Ochoa Paz - Graphical query builder for pgAdmin
- usable code
- useful/novel ideas
- research projects
- longer term contributors
Kick-off Meeting for Community Members
Update GSOC page
Blog that we're participating and seeking students
Round of private emails to people who have participated in the past: Heikki, Simon, Mark,
request interest, and then follow up in asking about possible topics for students
Mentor recruitment and then email to -hackers
do this much later when we have some proposals in?
Recruitment -- no organized group effort?
-announce, -general, -hackers
user group lists
Univ. of Maryland -- contact them?
- Identify the commitfest that the code will be submitted to
- Stuff to keep students together:
- Regular blogging from students
- weekly group IRC checkin? -- two checkin times maybe?
- Have students communicate on -hackers where appropriate (didn't really work?)
- Or other relevant -devel lists
- Mailing list
- pgsql-students (?) vs. -hackers (?) maybe up to mentor?
- mentors mailing list -admin mailing list, berkus said?
- students mailing list via gsoc