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See our '''[[Task ideas for Google Code-in/Getting started|Getting started guide]]''' if you're a current GCI student!
 
See our '''[[Task ideas for Google Code-in/Getting started|Getting started guide]]''' if you're a current GCI student!
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See our '''[[Task ideas for Google Code-in/Mentor guidelines|Mentor guidelines]]''' if you're an Apertium GCI mentor or would like to become one!
   
 
* [[Ideas for Google Code-in]] — A list of our ideas for possible projects for GCI.
 
* [[Ideas for Google Code-in]] — A list of our ideas for possible projects for GCI.

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See our Getting started guide if you're a current GCI student!

See our Mentor guidelines if you're an Apertium GCI mentor or would like to become one!

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