OpenNMS is part of the Google Summer of Code 2008!

I am honored, giddy, and totally stoked to announce that OpenNMS was accepted into the Google Summer of Code 2008!

The student application process starts next Monday, March 24th, so there’s still time to get prepped, and suggest some ideas for projects on our wiki, or even get a head start on getting involved in the community and working on code.

Thanks again for everyone who’s offered to mentor, come up with ideas, and volunteered their time!

In other news, we’re gearing up for a 1.6 beta1 release hopefully sometime this week. We have a list of bugs we’d like to knock out before the beta, but many of those will probably fall through to the next beta milestone. Look forward to a release, there’s a lot of good stuff getting cleaned up and fixed since 1.3.11!

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2 comments to OpenNMS is part of the Google Summer of Code 2008!

  • Congratulations Ben! Its great to see your hard work getting some well deserved recognition. I can’t wait to see what the students come up with!

  • Congratulations! I just consider myself lucky that someone pays me to code.
    I didn’t know if you still keep in touch with Quarex, or D. McCuistion, so I sent them a link to the article.