20th September 2018: PostgreSQL 11 Beta 4 Released!

PostgreSQL and Google Summer of Code

The PostgreSQL Project is participating in the Google Summer of Code 2018 program! This program funds students to contribute to an open source project over their summer break.

2018 Mentors

PostgreSQL follows an open community development model, so student projects are likely to be reviewed and commented on by any and all members of the PostgreSQL community. This also means that we may be able to find mentors for additional projects by reaching out to this community. If you are interested in working on a project not explicitly mentioned above, you may want to contact one of the Summer of Code liaisons below about writing a proposal.

The GSoC Admins are:

  • Stephen Frost <sfrost @ snowman.net>
  • David Steele <david.steele @ crunchydata.com>

The mentors for GSoC 2018 are:

  • Anastasia Lubennikova
  • Atri Sharma
  • Andrey Borodin
  • Mark Wong
  • Aleksander Alekseev

2018 Accepted Projects

The PostgreSQL project accepted the following proposals:

  • Performance Farm - Hongyuan Ma
  • Implement pg_thrift plugin - Yan (Charles) Cui
  • Sorting Algorithms Benchmark and Implementation - Kefan Yang

Previously Accepted Projects

  • Re-logging of unlogged tables
  • Index-Only scans for GiST
  • Fast GiST index build
  • New phpPgAdmin Plugin Architecture
  • pgAdmin database designer
  • Better indexing for ranges
  • Document Collection Foreign-data Wrapper

More information on past GSoC participation can be found on PostgreSQL GSoC pages: (2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006)

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