[sip-comm-dev] GSoC posters - spread the word


#1

Hey folks,

Starting today students can post applications for SIP Communicator. It's
therefore a good time to make sure we spread the word so that students
who would have a potential interest in working with us during the summer
would be aware of the opportunity.

I am attaching the posters we use each year to promote our participation
in the program. If you leave near a university it would be great to post
one on a dedicated message board.

I am also attaching sources in case you would like to localize the
poster or modify the poster in another way.

Cheers
Emil

SCGSoc.pdf (287 KB)


#2

Hi all,
if somebody just needs the text out of this announcement to forward it
to a internal mailing list, I have extracted it here.

May it be useful!

Cheers,
Ulrich

···

========
Want to participate in a great
open source project?
Want to earn money?
Want to do both?

Since its inception in 2005, the program has brought
together nearly 2500 successful student participants and
2500 mentors from 98 countries to contribute to over 130
different open source software projects, including
SIP Communicator. All this for the love of code!

This year SIP Communicator is once again taking part in
this great event !

SIP Communicator is completely free open source audio/video Internet phone
and instant messenger written in Java. It supports some of the most popular
instant messaging and telephony protocols such as SIP, Jabber (and hence
GoogleTalk), AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo! Messenger, IRC, Bonjour and counting.

The development of SIP Communicator started out at the University of
Strasbourg, France but has grown to include members and contributors from
(alphabetically) Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, China, France, Estonia, India,
Germany, Japan, Romania, Spain, UK, USA, and others.

Sounds interesting? Then, join us and
pick a project from our project ideas list!

Earn $4500 (paid by Google) during the summer!

Gain real development experience!

Applications accepted from
March 23 to April 3!

On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@sip-communicator.org> wrote:

Hey folks,

Starting today students can post applications for SIP Communicator. It's
therefore a good time to make sure we spread the word so that students
who would have a potential interest in working with us during the summer
would be aware of the opportunity.

I am attaching the posters we use each year to promote our participation
in the program. If you leave near a university it would be great to post
one on a dedicated message board.

I am also attaching sources in case you would like to localize the
poster or modify the poster in another way.

Cheers
Emil

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#3

Hi Emil,

···

On 2009/03/23, at 11:48, Emil Ivov wrote:

I am attaching the posters we use each year to promote our participation
in the program. If you leave near a university it would be great to post
one on a dedicated message board.

We'll stick a few of them with Vincent & Damien in our university in Strasbourg (Illkirch & Esplanade).

Cheers,
romain

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#4

Hi,
I have already been spreading the word about GSoC and also why is
Sip-Comm is the best mentoring organization on our student irc and
forums, so hopefully there will be lot of good students on GSoC'09 for
Sip-Communicator.

···

2009/3/23 Ulrich Norbisrath <sipcom@ulno.net>:

Hi all,
if somebody just needs the text out of this announcement to forward it
to a internal mailing list, I have extracted it here.

May it be useful!

Cheers,
Ulrich

========
Want to participate in a great
open source project?
Want to earn money?
Want to do both?

Since its inception in 2005, the program has brought
together nearly 2500 successful student participants and
2500 mentors from 98 countries to contribute to over 130
different open source software projects, including
SIP Communicator. All this for the love of code!

This year SIP Communicator is once again taking part in
this great event !

SIP Communicator is completely free open source audio/video Internet phone
and instant messenger written in Java. It supports some of the most popular
instant messaging and telephony protocols such as SIP, Jabber (and hence
GoogleTalk), AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo! Messenger, IRC, Bonjour and counting.

The development of SIP Communicator started out at the University of
Strasbourg, France but has grown to include members and contributors from
(alphabetically) Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, China, France, Estonia, India,
Germany, Japan, Romania, Spain, UK, USA, and others.

Sounds interesting? Then, join us and
pick a project from our project ideas list!

Earn $4500 (paid by Google) during the summer!

Gain real development experience!

Applications accepted from
March 23 to April 3!

On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@sip-communicator.org> wrote:

Hey folks,

Starting today students can post applications for SIP Communicator. It's
therefore a good time to make sure we spread the word so that students
who would have a potential interest in working with us during the summer
would be aware of the opportunity.

I am attaching the posters we use each year to promote our participation
in the program. If you leave near a university it would be great to post
one on a dedicated message board.

I am also attaching sources in case you would like to localize the
poster or modify the poster in another way.

Cheers
Emil

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#5

Thanks a lot Martin!

That's the spirit!

Cheers
Emil

Martin Harvan wrote:

···

Hi,
I have already been spreading the word about GSoC and also why is
Sip-Comm is the best mentoring organization on our student irc and
forums, so hopefully there will be lot of good students on GSoC'09 for
Sip-Communicator.

2009/3/23 Ulrich Norbisrath <sipcom@ulno.net>:

Hi all,
if somebody just needs the text out of this announcement to forward it
to a internal mailing list, I have extracted it here.

May it be useful!

Cheers,
Ulrich

========
Want to participate in a great
open source project?
Want to earn money?
Want to do both?

Since its inception in 2005, the program has brought
together nearly 2500 successful student participants and
2500 mentors from 98 countries to contribute to over 130
different open source software projects, including
SIP Communicator. All this for the love of code!

This year SIP Communicator is once again taking part in
this great event !

SIP Communicator is completely free open source audio/video Internet phone
and instant messenger written in Java. It supports some of the most popular
instant messaging and telephony protocols such as SIP, Jabber (and hence
GoogleTalk), AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo! Messenger, IRC, Bonjour and counting.

The development of SIP Communicator started out at the University of
Strasbourg, France but has grown to include members and contributors from
(alphabetically) Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, China, France, Estonia, India,
Germany, Japan, Romania, Spain, UK, USA, and others.

Sounds interesting? Then, join us and
pick a project from our project ideas list!

Earn $4500 (paid by Google) during the summer!

Gain real development experience!

Applications accepted from
March 23 to April 3!

On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@sip-communicator.org> wrote:

Hey folks,

Starting today students can post applications for SIP Communicator. It's
therefore a good time to make sure we spread the word so that students
who would have a potential interest in working with us during the summer
would be aware of the opportunity.

I am attaching the posters we use each year to promote our participation
in the program. If you leave near a university it would be great to post
one on a dedicated message board.

I am also attaching sources in case you would like to localize the
poster or modify the poster in another way.

Cheers
Emil

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#6

Thanks folks!

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

···

Hi Emil,

On 2009/03/23, at 11:48, Emil Ivov wrote:

I am attaching the posters we use each year to promote our
participation
in the program. If you leave near a university it would be great to
post
one on a dedicated message board.

We'll stick a few of them with Vincent & Damien in our university in
Strasbourg (Illkirch & Esplanade).

Cheers,
romain

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