NOTE: work in progress on this doc. Still not sure if the PSF will accept pygame this year.
-* need to know who wants to mentor (either as a co mentor, or by themselves).
-* need to hear back from the PSF if they will accept the pygame project under their umbrella.
* other multi media libraries could be acceptable, not just pygame. eg pyopengl, pyaudio, etc.
//The basic idea is students get paid $5000 from google to do an open source project which they propose.//
+* [[http://pygame.org/wiki/info#Mailing List|Join the Mailing List and speak to us there]]
+* read this for help completing your application [[wiki.python.org/moin/SummerOfCode/Application]]
-**!!Waiting on confirmation from PSF now. We have the minimum 3 mentors now, but could always use more.!!**
-If you are an interested mentor, please contact us on
-* [[http://pygame.org/wiki/info#Mailing List|Mailing List]]
-* (or renesd AT gmail.com)
-* on twitter... @pygame_org
You should also take a look at PSF's GSoC pages for more info:
Here is the GSOC FAQ from google:
==== Video effect plugins.
Using some of the real time video effect plugins would be good. There's a video effect plugins that would also be kind of fun for games too :)Probably be a pretty simple module to write to allow using the video effect plugins. [[http://www.piksel.no/pwiki/LiViDO]] \\ [[http://effectv.sourceforge.net/]] Also some of the video stuff from freej (an SDL based VJ software) could be cool to place into pygame. Of course freej uses livido plugins for effects too.
+**!!Waiting on confirmation from PSF now. We have the minimum 3 mentors now, but could always use more.!!**
+If you are an interested mentor, please contact us on
+* [[http://pygame.org/wiki/info#Mailing List|Mailing List]]
+* (or renesd AT gmail.com)
+* on twitter... @pygame_org