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Fluid Project Not Participating in Google Summer of Code
For now, interested students can review information about the previous year and our general guidelines for GSOC. Watch this page for more information in 2019.
Fluid is an open source community of designers and developers who help improve the usability and accessibility of the open web. We contribute to a variety of open source projects (e.g. jQuery UI, GPII, PhET), and work on our own projects including:
- FLOE: Provides the resources to personalize how we each learn and to address barriers to learning
- Social Justice Repair Kit: The goal is to support youth at risk who have learning differences to re-engage in education through an inclusively designed social justice platform that integrates authentic project-based learning.
- The Inclusive Design Guide
We're looking for students to collaborate with us on the Google Summer of Code 2019 program. Working with Fluid gives you a chance to learn more about accessibility, usability, and inclusivity while writing code with cutting-edge open web technologies. Create cool stuff and make a real impact on users at the same time!
For information about the various ways we communicate with each other, see our Get Involved wiki page.
Make sure to read through the Getting Started on GSoC page for information on joining the Fluid community and preparing to work on a GSoC project.
Most of the work we do here either uses or directly involves the Infusion Framework and Component Library. These links should get you started learning about Infusion, and should lead you to many more pages.
Upon review of our community's available mentors and project ideas for this year, we have decided we're going to take a year off from participating in this year's Google Summer of Code, and refrain from submitting an application to the program.
Students interested in participating in Google Summer of Code in 2019 should consult the list of participating organizations when it becomes available in late February.