I was looking forward to working for LXDE full time during this GSoC. I will surely be upset if LXDE misses GSoC :(.
But then its open source. I can contribute any time :)

On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 10:15 AM, PCMan <pcman.tw@gmail.com> wrote:
So you did the application?
What you filled in the application form?
Besides, we didn't finish our idea list.
Regarding to mentors, do you have a suggested name list?
AFAIK, Jurgen, who currently maintains lxmusic, can be one of the mentors.
Any other suggestions?
Help is needed.

On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 12:12 PM, Mario Behling <mb@mariobehling.de> wrote:
> Hi PCMan and everyone,
> sorry for the confusion. I made it in time still. It was still
> possible until 6am this morning in Vietnam :-) due to time diff.
> Let's see, if we get it.
> Nevertheless as you say - the project will not stop if there is not
> GSoC LXDE project. Concerning mentors, I am confident we have people
> available, who are active in the free and open source community. I
> think mentors could also be other devs who are not LXDE core
> developers. It is just important that they can support and guide
> potential students and can allocate time. I am thinking for example of
> some of the people Andrew just met in Germany. Well, we can think
> about it, when we know, if we LXDE got in this year.
> All the best,
> Mario
> On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 10:32 AM, PCMan <pcman.tw@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> We got bad news. We failed to register for Google Summer of Code in time.
>> But this is not that bad since we don't have enough mentors. Actually
>> we only have one.
>> In addition, nobody can takes care of the idea list, so application is
>> not possible.
>> I'm quite busy at work recently and I myself am not able to be a mentor, either.
>> So, that's all.
>> For volunteers it's not possible to do this as a full-time job as we
>> all have our own lives.
>> However, without Google SoC, LXDE won't stop and the development will
>> still continues.

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