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Sure. Were just now starting the process of applying to Google for their Summer of Code 2019. If we do get awarded slots there is a specific process you must
follow. I suggest you get signed up with them and review what the process is. You would need to submit a proposal for any of the projects we have, assuming we are selected. We then go through the proposals and pick the best one. I’m over simplifying this
a bit but that’s the general idea.
The spdx tools themselves are based on Java. You can visit our github project here: https://github.com/spdx
We have a few other online tools but off hand I don’t recall what they are written in. Possibly some python and others.
Gary, can you fill in that gap?
From: varsha kukreja [mailto:varshak333@...]
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2019 1:50 PM
To: Manbeck, Jack; spdx@...
Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL] Re: [spdx-tech] [spdx] Need Help for contrubuting in GSOC 2019 #spdx
Hey Can i know which languages are used in backend of spdx?
On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 10:35 PM varsha kukreja <varshak333@...> wrote:
HI .Thank you Sir for the response and the link..I would like to work on a google summer of code project for SPDX for GSOC 2019 ..But I would also be interested to contribute to SPDX tools if that makes me familiar with the community and
helps getting selected for your organization in GSOC 2019
Are you looking to work on a google summer of code project for SPDX or help contribute to the SPDX
tools or specification, etc.,. (not google summer of code)?
On Behalf Of Kate Stewart
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2019 9:07 AM
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [spdx-tech] [spdx] Need Help for contrubuting in GSOC 2019 #spdx
Welcome! Glad you're interested in participating in our community. I am copying the spdx-tech mail list where we
discuss the GSoC efforts.
I would like to contribute to the open source community ..I have majorly worked on backend on 2 college sponsored projects and
Sr. Director of Strategic Programs, The Linux Foundation