Voting starts in March for the Drupal Association Board election.
Last updated January 19, 2007.
Look forward to an announcement next week about our Google Summer of Code students who will be working with us. We're very fortunate that Google has generously sponsored eleven (11) SoC stipends. As you can imagine, this means a lot of coding will get done this summer!
Update: See PlanetSoC for the latest news and progress on Summer of Code projects.
List of winners and projects (with mentor listed):
Márton Elek (Károly Négyesi)
Jan Blom (Károly Négyesi)
NetNews (NNTP) integration
Stephan Jaensch (James Walker)
Implement the Upcoming.org REST API
Fabiano Parolin Sant'Ana (James Walker)
WebDAV interface to Drupal
Michael S. Bryant (Gerhard Killesreiter)
TODO module for managing tasks
Matthew Loar (Gerhard Killesreiter)
Implement Google SiteMap specification
Steven Wittens (Robert Douglass)
Ajax-based sorting of tables inside a page.
Ajax-based browsing of multiple pages of a list.
Ajax-based inline editing of posts.
Here is a list of the other orgs and how many they got. Notice that Drupal was relatively popular. We received 134 applications overall. Here's the breakdown of stipends among orgs (I tried to identify some of them from the abbreviated version):
38 asf (Apache Software Foundation)
19 psf (Python Software Foundation)
10 plg (Perl?)
10 oo (Open Office)
10 mozdev (Mozilla foundation)
8 tpl (?)
4 lj (LiveJournal)
Summer of Code homepage: