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Google Summer of Code is an annual program that provides paid internships for students to work on free software projects.

2017

Mixxx is back in Google Summer of Code for 2017!

2016

Mixxx was an accepted mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code, 2016.

The following projects were accepted for Google Summer of Code 2016:

2015

Mixxx applied as a mentor organization for Google Summer of Code, 2015 but was declined this year in order to make room for newer organizations (like Icecast!)

To all the students who were interested, you don't have to get involved with Mixxx through GSoC! If you'd like we can work with you to scope out a project and get your work in the hands of DJs worldwide. Working on Mixxx (and open source in general) is a great learning experience and also looks good on a resume.

2014

Mixxx was an accepted mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code, 2014.

The following projects were accepted for Google Summer of Code 2014:

2013

Mixxx was an accepted mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code, 2013.

2012

Mixxx was an accepted mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code, 2012.

The following projects were accepted for Google Summer of Code 2012:

  • Vinyl-Control Pass-Through Mode by Matthew Mikolay
  • Mixxx Library Improvements by Max Linke
  • AutoDJ Enhancements by Scott Stewart
  • Harmonic Mixing Features by Varun Jewalikar

2011

Mixxx was an accepted mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code, 2011.

The following projects were accepted for Google Summer of Code 2011:

  • Advanced Search by Bart Verstrynge
  • AutoDJ 2.0 by Tom Mast
  • Timer-Powered Engine by Bill Good

2010

Mixxx participated in GSoC 2010.

The following projects were accepted for Google Summer of Code 2010:

2009

Due to a lack of core developer time Mixxx did not participate in GSoC 2009.

2008

The following projects were accepted for Google Summer of Code 2008:

Additional SoC Student Info from GSoC 2008

2007

The following students were accepted for Google Summer of Code 2007:

  • Pawel Bartkiewicz
  • Micah Lee
  • Nathan Prado

They worked on improved BPM detection, LADSPA support, and a more functional library/playlist interface.

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