Google Summer of Code 2017

NumFOCUS Foundation Google Summer of Code 2016

MDAnalysis has been accepted as a sub-org of the NumFOCUS foundation, for Google Summer of Code 2017. If you are interested in working with us this summer as a student read the advice and links below and write to us on the mailing list.

We are looking forward to all applications from interested students (undergraduates and graduates).

The application window deadline is April 3, 2017 at 12:00 (MST). As part of the application process you must familiarize yourself with Google Summer of Code 2017. Apply as soon as possible.

Project Ideas

We have listed several possible projects for you to work on on our wiki. Each project is rated with a difficulty and lists the possible mentors for it.

Alternatively, if you have another idea about a project please write to us on the developer list and we can discuss it there.

Information for Students

You must meet our own requirements if you want to be a student with MDAnalysis this year (read all the docs behind these links!). You must also meet the eligibility criteria.

As a start to get familiar with MDAnalysis and open source development you should follow these steps:

Complete the Tutorial

We have a tutorial explaining the basics of MDAnalysis. You should go through the tutorial at least once to understand how MDAnalysis is used.

Introduce yourself to us

Introduce yourself on the mailing list. Tell us what you plan to work on during the summer or what you have already done with MDAnalysis

Close an issue of MDAnalysis

You must have at least one commit in the development branch of MDAnalysis in order to be eligible, i.e.. you must demonstrate that you have been seriously engaged with the MDAnalysis project.

We have a list of easy bugs to work on in our issue tracker on GitHub. We also appreciate if you write more tests or update/improve our documentation. To start developing for MDAnalysis have a look at our guide for developers and write us on the mailing list if you have more questions about setting up a development environment.