[etoys-dev] Fwd: [Esug-list] Our Summer of Code application was rejected

Steve Thomas sthomas1 at gosargon.com
Tue Feb 25 10:11:43 EST 2014

:(  Well the good news is SugarLabs was accepted.

I just posted my projects on their page:


On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 9:27 AM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>wrote:

> Begin forwarded message:
> > From: Paolo Bonzini <bonzini at gnu.org>
> > Subject: [Esug-list] Our Summer of Code application was rejected
> > Date: 24. Februar 2014 13:31:21 GMT-8
> > To: "smalltalk-gsoc-mentors at googlegroups.com" <
> smalltalk-gsoc-mentors at googlegroups.com>, ESUG Mailing list <
> esug-list at lists.esug.org>
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > unfortunately I have to bear bad news from Google; ESUG's application
> was rejected this year.
> >
> > I'll ask Google for more information about the rejection next Friday,
> and post them to both the mentors mailing list and the ESUG mailing list.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Paolo and Nicolas
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To some of us, writing computer programs is a fascinating game. A program
is a building of thought. It is costless to build, weightless, growing
easily under our typing hands. If we get carried away, its size and
complexity will grow out of control, confusing even the one who created it.
This is the main problem of programming. It is why so much of today's
software tends to crash, fail, screw up.

When a program works, it is beautiful. The art of programming is the skill
of controlling complexity. The great program is subdued, made simple in its

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