Google’s Summer of Code (GSoC) is an annual global program which offers students stipends to work on open source projects. The Honeynet Project participated in GSoC between 2009 and 2015, and so far it has been a great success for us, the participating students and the open source security community in general. If Google continue to select us as a mentoring organization, we look forward to continuing our GSoC participation in future years.

If you are interested in past results, you can find information on our sponsored projected and various project diaries since 2009 in the Google Summer of Code 2009, Google Summer of Code 2010, Google Summer of Code 2011, Google Summer of Code 2012, Google Summer of Code 2013, and Google Summer of Code 2015 sections of our public website.

If you are interested in participating in GSoC 2016 with the Honeynet Project, please see our GSoC 2016 section, where we will be publishing a list of very interesting projects soon.

In the mean time, have a look at the official GSoC 2016 timeline for more general background information on the GSoC 2016 programme, including all the key milestone dates and the process for applying to become a GSoC student.

With Google’s kind support we look forward to hopefully participating in GSoC 2016 and once again working with more interesting international students this summer.