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In 2011, the Wikimedia Foundation again participated in the Google Summer of Code. Projects are now complete. The following eight projects were chosen (blog post):
- Akshay Agarwal‘s “Account Creation, Login Screens and AJAX-ification of everything” (mentor: Brandon Harris)
- Kevin Brown’s “Working Archival for Web References/Citations,” “to facilitate the archival of external links used as references in the English Wikipedia” (mentor: Neil Kandalgaonkar)
- Devayon Das‘s “Improving Semantic Search/Semantic Query usability issues in SMW” (mentor: Markus Krötzsch)
- Ankit Garg‘s “Semantic Schemas extension” (mentor: Yaron Koren)
- Salvatore Ingala‘s “AMICUS: Awesome Monolithic Infrastructure for Customization of User Scripts” (mentors: Brion Vibber and Max Semenik)
- Aigerim Karabekova‘s “Extension Release Management” (mentors: Sam Reed, Priyanka Dhanda, and Chad Horohoe)
- Yuvi Panda‘s “Making Offline Wikipedia Article Selection Easier with MediaWiki Extensions” (mentor: Arthur Richards)
- Zhenya Vlasyenko‘s “MediaWiki Extension: SocialProfile – UserStatus feature” (mentor: Jack Phoenix)
- Project ideas, students, and mentors wanted for Google Summer of Code, Sumana Harihareswara, Wikimedia blog, March 31st, 2011.
- MediaWiki selects eight students for Google Summer of Code 2011, Sumana Harihareswara, Wikimedia blog, April 25th, 2011.
- MediaWiki’s Google Summer of Code students halfway through projects, Sumana Harihareswara, Wikimedia blog, July 22nd, 2011.
- Google Summer of Code students reach project milestones, Sumana Harihareswara, Wikimedia blog, September 22nd, 2011.
- Useful manuals for students and mentors.
- Management page