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

Harness, Kathleen kharness at illinois.edu
Tue Feb 25 12:02:04 EST 2014

From: etoys-dev-bounces at squeakland.org [etoys-dev-bounces at squeakland.org] on behalf of Steve Thomas [sthomas1 at gosargon.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 9:11 AM
To: Bert Freudenberg
Cc: etoys dev
Subject: Re: [etoys-dev] Fwd: [Esug-list] Our Summer of Code application was rejected

:(  Well the good news is SugarLabs was accepted.

I just posted my projects on their page: http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Summer_of_Code/2014 <http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Summer_of_Code/2014>


On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 9:27 AM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de<mailto:bert at freudenbergs.de>> wrote:
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> From: Paolo Bonzini <bonzini at gnu.org<mailto: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<mailto:smalltalk-gsoc-mentors at googlegroups.com>" <smalltalk-gsoc-mentors at googlegroups.com<mailto:smalltalk-gsoc-mentors at googlegroups.com>>, ESUG Mailing list <esug-list at lists.esug.org<mailto: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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