[Apologies as usual for the lateness of this.]
2014 was an extremely successful summer for Google / PSU Summer of Code. All of our projects completed successfully, and many of them extraordinarily so. We had some really great mentors and students this year, and I am excited for what we accomplished.
Our themes this year turned out to be Weave, geography and open hardware, but we had a wide variety of great projects.
Thanks once again to all those who participated.
|Web-Based analytic framework for multivariate analyses of ’omics’ data||Shweta Purushe||Georges Grinstein|
|InfoMaps with a Single Record View||John Fallon||Georges Grinstein|
|User Interface widgets for LANDIS II simulation model||Lesley Bross||Robert Scheller|
|GeoDjango LIMS||JesseDowning||David Percy|
|Orthorectifying EM data in reference to a thin section image||Ponnathota Sai Chaitanya Reddy||David Percy|
|Thin-Section mineral identification and petrographic analysis||Jon Barnes||David Percy|
|Display of subsurface features in a virtual world||Aarti Dwivedi||David Percy|
|GSOC'14: Automotive engine management based on ARM processors||Adam Parker||Jenner Hanni|
|Simultaneous suicide detection for Chinese "Twitter" (Sina Weibo)||Xiaolei Huang||David Chiu|
|Expanding WebWork: Quantitative biology and Partial Differential Equations||Nelly_Selem||Bart Massey|
|A routability-driven placer for Printed Circuit Board design||Arindam Banerjee||Bart Massey|
I've just finished setting up this Summer of Code Drupal site. The logo photo is of Haystack Rock, on the beautiful Oregon coast near where we live. (The photo was taken by Keith Packard June 2004.) Note that this is typical Oregon coastal Summer weather. We have lots of time to sit indoors and code...