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Application template for the 2012 Google Summer of Code program
- Personal website
- Skype/GTalk ID
- IRC nickname
- Phone number
- Years completed
- Anticipated graduation
- Academic performance (list relevant coursework taken and grades)
- Programming experience level
- D experience level
- If you participated to past D projects or others (preferably open source), include a brief description of each
- Also list any specific skills in the specific project area (classes taken, research conducted, blogs and publications etc.)
- References (names and emails of up to four relevant professors, employers or collaborators)
- One-sentence elevator pitch
- Detailed description
- How many hours per week do you expect to spend on the project?
- Your current progress on the idea—e.g. research, gathering information, concrete work if applicable
- Anticipated impact—if you implemented your idea to perfection, how will it have made the world a better place?
- Anticipated challenges
- Potential mentors
Put together a broad project plan. What are the major deliverables that would mark progress in your work, and when do you plan on delivering them? For example:
- 06/01 Revise project plan with mentor, discuss strategy of approach
- 06/15 Mocks, small prototype available, finish research on the topic, begin coding
- 07/15 First reviewable code submitted implementing X, Y, and Z
- 08/15 Feature complete, review overall progress
- 09/01 Rule the world