[CUWiN] REMINDER: Paid Summer Programming Work for Students--Applications Due May 8

Sascha Meinrath sascha at ucimc.org
Sun May 7 21:53:09 CDT 2006

Hi all,

Just a quick reminder to get your applications in.



Cuwin Announces Paid Summer Programming Work for Students
Applications Due by Monday, May 8, 2006 (17:00 PDT)

The Champaign-Urbana Community Wireless Network (CUWiN) announces paid
programming positions through Google's Summer of Code project.  The Summer
of Code provides students interested in software development with the
opportunity to spend their summer partnering with cutting edge developers
in the wireless field and get paid for their work. To apply, please read
the FAQ and fill out the brief application on the Google Summer of Code


The application window opened Monday, May 1, 2006 and all applications are
due by Monday, May 8, 2006 by 17:00 Pacific Daylight Time.

CUWiN's projects for the Summer of Code include building cross-platform
support for CUWiN software, gateway selection in a dynamic mesh wireless
network, integration of a node configuration GUI, and many, many others.
For more information about our project ideas, visit the CUWiN Summer of
Code information website:


Already knowledgeable about CUWiN and have an idea for a Summer of Code
project?  Feel free to pitch it to our developers at: cu-wireless-dev at cuwireless.net

Have questions not answered by the FAQ?  You can contact the CUWiN team
at: cu-wireless-support at cuwireless.net

ABOUT CUWIN:  The Champaign-Urbana Community Wireless Network (CUWiN)
seeks to: connect more people to Internet and broadband services; develop
open-source hardware and software for use by wireless projects world-wide;
and, build and support community-owned, not-for-profit broadband networks
in cities and towns around the globe.  CUWiN develops and implements
community wireless technology around the world, including ongoing projects
in Ghana and South Africa as well as in our own back yard in Urbana, and
Chicago, Illinois.  For more information about CUWiN, go to
http://cuwireless.net or contact CUWiN's Outreach Coordinator, Ross
Musselman, at (217) 278-3933.

Sascha Meinrath
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