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- +====== Google Summer of Code 2009 Wrapup ​Report ​======
-====== Google Summer of Code 2009 Wrapup ​Reort ======+
  
 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
  
-In 2009 the [[http://​etherboot.org/​|Etherboot Project]] was privileged ​to participate in [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/​|Google Summer of Code 2009]].  ​+In 2009 the [[http://​etherboot.org/​|Etherboot Project]] was pleased ​to participate in [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/​|Google Summer of Code 2009]].  ​
  
 Our main project page for Google Summer of Code 2009 is [[http://​etherboot.org/​wiki/​soc/​2009/​|here]]. Our main project page for Google Summer of Code 2009 is [[http://​etherboot.org/​wiki/​soc/​2009/​|here]].
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 ==== Daniel Verkamp ===== ==== Daniel Verkamp =====
  
-Daniel ​sucessfully ​implemented an automated regression testing framework to help the project consistently deliver high-quality releases. ​+Daniel implemented an automated regression testing framework to help the project consistently deliver high-quality releases. ​
  
 Daniel'​s project pages are [[.:​dverkamp:​|here]]. Daniel'​s project pages are [[.:​dverkamp:​|here]].
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 ==== Joshua Oreman ===== ==== Joshua Oreman =====
  
-Joshua ​successfully ​extended gPXE, our network bootloader, with and 802.11 wireless stack, and added drivers for two wireless cards.+Joshua extended gPXE, our network bootloader, with and 802.11 wireless stack, and added drivers for two wireless cards.
  
 Joshua'​s project pages are [[.:​oremanj:​|here]]. Joshua'​s project pages are [[.:​oremanj:​|here]].
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-==== Chris Kluka ===== 
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-Chris worked on adding a network driver DLink DGE-530T ethernet cards. ​ He was unable to complete his project, but compiled and created useful information which will facilitate future work on this driver. 
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-Chris' project pages are [[.:​asdlkf:​|here]]. 
  
 ==== Lynus Vaz ===== ==== Lynus Vaz =====
  
-Lynus Vaz is extended gPXE scripting with a more powerful language that is capable of expressing advanced boot policies. ​+Lynus Vaz extended gPXE scripting with a more powerful language that is capable of expressing advanced boot policies. ​
  
 Lynus' project pages are [[.:​lynusvaz:​|here]]. Lynus' project pages are [[.:​lynusvaz:​|here]].
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 ==== Pravin Shinde ===== ==== Pravin Shinde =====
  
-Pravin Shinde ​is created a central resource to network boot operating systems, diagnostic tools, and utilities at http://​boot.kernel.org/​ .+Pravin Shinde created a central resource to network boot operating systems, diagnostic tools, and utilities at http://​boot.kernel.org/​ .
  
 Pravin'​s project pages are [[.:​pravin:​|here]]. Pravin'​s project pages are [[.:​pravin:​|here]].
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 +==== Chris Kluka =====
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 +Chris worked on adding a network driver DLink DGE-530T ethernet cards. ​ He was unable to complete his project, but compiled and created useful information which will facilitate future work on this driver.
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 +Chris' project pages are [[.:​asdlkf:​|here]].
  
 ===== Our Mentoring System =====  ​ ===== Our Mentoring System =====  ​
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 One of the most important attributes of our GSoC system is that if breaks the 12 week coding period into twelve one week evaluation periods. ​ By doing this, we ensure that we always have recent information on how are students are doing, which allows us to intervene in a timely fashion should we detect problems. One of the most important attributes of our GSoC system is that if breaks the 12 week coding period into twelve one week evaluation periods. ​ By doing this, we ensure that we always have recent information on how are students are doing, which allows us to intervene in a timely fashion should we detect problems.
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 ==== How we structure our GSoC engagements ==== ==== How we structure our GSoC engagements ====
  
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   * We require our students to maintain a set of project pages, which in include their:   * We require our students to maintain a set of project pages, which in include their:
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     * Project Plan     * Project Plan
     * Journal (broken into twelve weeks)     * Journal (broken into twelve weeks)
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   * We judge our project'​s progress and success on both the quality of the code and quality of the community that we create. ​ They are both important to us, and important to the health of our project.   * We judge our project'​s progress and success on both the quality of the code and quality of the community that we create. ​ They are both important to us, and important to the health of our project.
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