Six TPF Projects Accepted for Google Summer of Code

I would like to congratulate the six students who were accepted to work with The Perl Foundation for this year's Google Summer of Code. The successful students and projects are:

André Walker - Rework Catalyst component setup code
Mentored by Tomas Doran and Eden Cardim

Brian Neil Fraser - Making the Perl Core UTF-8 clean
Mentored by Florian Ragwitz and Zefram

Carlos Ivan Sosa - Removing the upgrading necessity of the Dancer script with a module
Mentored by Sawyer X and Franck Cuny

Marc Green - Standardization of core documentation parsing tools
Mentored by Ricardo Signes and David E. Wheeler

Moritz Onken - CPAN search for the modern web
Mentored by Clinton Gormley and Olaf Alders

Tadeusz Sośnierz - Pod parser for Rakudo
Mentored by Moritz Lenz and Carl Mäsa

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