Flip Bits, Not Burgers – coreboot GSoC 2012 – Update

Update –

coreboot was not selected to participate in GSoC 2012. This is
disappointing new for the project. I do not know why we were not
selected this year. I will attend the post selection meeting to see
what we can do to improve our chances of selection next year.

Students, thank you for your interest in coreboot. We are happy that
you are engaging with our community. I hope that you continue
exploring your interest in coreboot. Please let us know what we can do
to assist you in your learning.

Feel free to send me questions, comments, or concerns.




Flip bits, not burgers!

coreboot is applying for Google Summer of Code 2012. We are currently
looking for mentors, project ideas, and prospective students.

Please visit the coreboot GSoC page: http://www.coreboot.org/GSoC

Prospective students should join the email list and join IRC #coreboot to
get familiar with the coreboot community. Please forward any potential GSoC students
to the coreboot GSoC page.

We are interested in all types of projects that support coreboot,
including payload and infrastructure projects.
If you have project ideas please post them here:

We need mentors! The more qualified mentors we have registered, the
more GSoC projects/students we can support. We will match students
with mentors once the student proposal phase is complete.  If you might like to be
a mentor, please register with google and add yourself to the mentor
list on the wiki.:

Please feel free to contact me by email or in IRC #coreboot if you
have questions.


One thought on “Flip Bits, Not Burgers – coreboot GSoC 2012 – Update”

  1. Came straight to mind, what with all us people who can not figure out how to program. But would like to have coreboot on their motherboards there is not supported, can we help in any way? To add support?

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