Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global program that offers post-secondary students an opportunity to be paid for contributing to an open source project over a three-month period. Since 2005, the Python Software Foundation (PSF) has served as an "umbrella organization" to a variety of Python-related projects, as well as sponsoring projects related to the development of the Python language.
April 3rd is the last date for student applications for GSoC 2017. You can view all the sub-orgs under PSF and see what projects are seeking applications, then go to the Google Summer of Code site to submit your application.
- Python and Google Summer of Code: Getting Started
- IRC: Join the #python-gsoc channel on the Freenode server
- Email: Join the gsoc-general mailing list.
To ask questions about specific projects, go to the sub-orgs page and click "Contact" under the project you want to ask about.
The student application deadline is April 3, and decisions will be announced on May 4.
Timeline for Google Summer of Code 2017