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Google Summer of Code

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This is a page giving some details about our Google Summer of Code (GSOC) application for 2010.

Active projects

Project Student Mentor Backup(s)
Multiwords Skh Unhammer Francis Tyers, Jimregan
Java runtime port Kanmuri Jacob Nordfalk Jimregan
apertium-pl-cs Aha Jimregan Francis Tyers,
VM for transfer Darthxaher Sortiz Jimregan
Post-edition tool Unas Villarejo Mfarrus
apertium-fr-pt Jalopeura Francis Tyers Gramirez
Easy dictionary maintenance Alessio Mlforcada Jimregan,Jacob Nordfalk
Tokenisation with HFST Aikoniv TommiPirinen Francis Tyers, Unhammer, Trontr
apertium-fin-sme Pyry Niunniminuni Trontr, Francis Tyers

See also

  • Ideas for Google Summer of Code — A list of our ideas for possible projects for GSOC, if you have an idea that isn't on the list, but related to machine translation, natural language processing, computational linguistics or any combination of the above, then get in touch.
  • Top tips for GSOC applications — Some thoughts on how to write good applications for GSOC and Apertium.

Archived applications

Reports

External links

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