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 We have *mentors all over the world* (North America, Europe, Asia and Australia), so time zones are never a problem. Our main channel of communication is a [[https://​ccextractor.org/​public:​general:​support|Slack channel]] to which everyone is welcome. We expect all accepted students to be available on Slack very often, even if you don't need to talk to your mentor. This will help you ask questions when necessary, and you might be able to help others out as well while working on your project. We have *mentors all over the world* (North America, Europe, Asia and Australia), so time zones are never a problem. Our main channel of communication is a [[https://​ccextractor.org/​public:​general:​support|Slack channel]] to which everyone is welcome. We expect all accepted students to be available on Slack very often, even if you don't need to talk to your mentor. This will help you ask questions when necessary, and you might be able to help others out as well while working on your project.
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 +**Exception**:​ If your country (such as **Russia**) has banned Slack please get in touch in we'll work out a solution with you. We absolutely want you to participate. ​
  
 A [[https://​groups.google.com/​forum/#​!forum/​ccextractor-dev|mailing list]] is also available for those that prefer email over slack. It's a new mailing list (the old one hasn't been used in a long time) but it's read by everyone involved in GSoC. A [[https://​groups.google.com/​forum/#​!forum/​ccextractor-dev|mailing list]] is also available for those that prefer email over slack. It's a new mailing list (the old one hasn't been used in a long time) but it's read by everyone involved in GSoC.
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 | [[public:​gsoc:​pipot | Improve PiPot ]] | PiPot (Micro Honeypot for RPi) is a flexible honeypot for (industrial) environments that runs on a Raspberry Pi. We want to reduce the amount of open issues, which include new features | Python (majority) \\ Bash | Security concepts | Medium to Hard | | [[public:​gsoc:​pipot | Improve PiPot ]] | PiPot (Micro Honeypot for RPi) is a flexible honeypot for (industrial) environments that runs on a Raspberry Pi. We want to reduce the amount of open issues, which include new features | Python (majority) \\ Bash | Security concepts | Medium to Hard |
 | [[public:​gsoc:​rcloneweb | Create a web interface for rclone (mentored by Nick Craig-Wood, rclone'​s developer) ]] |  rclone is a fantastic tool to synchronize cloud storage. It's rsync for the cloud. Amazing as it is it lacks a web interface. Your job is to create a great one. Really great. Not just a wrapper around the command line tool. | Cloud (lots) \\ Web (different tech) | - | Medium | | [[public:​gsoc:​rcloneweb | Create a web interface for rclone (mentored by Nick Craig-Wood, rclone'​s developer) ]] |  rclone is a fantastic tool to synchronize cloud storage. It's rsync for the cloud. Amazing as it is it lacks a web interface. Your job is to create a great one. Really great. Not just a wrapper around the command line tool. | Cloud (lots) \\ Web (different tech) | - | Medium |
-| [[public:​gsoc:​swaglyrics | SwagLyrics]] | Fetches the currently playing song from Spotify on Windows, Linux and macOS and displays the lyrics in the command-line or in a browser tab. Refreshes automatically when song changes. The lyrics are fetched from Genius. Mainly built on Python and Flask but also uses HTML, CSS, JS, AppleScript and SQL under the hood. Of course we need more functionality added to it. Which functionality?​ We'd like to hear proposals. Things such as syncing lyrics to the song come to mind, but we want to hear what you can come up with. So come up with 3 months worth of improvements you can think of. | Python (mainly) \\ Flask  | Depends on your idea, \\ some Web (different tech) | Medium to Unknown |+| [[public:​gsoc:​swaglyrics | SwagLyrics ​for Spotify]] | Fetches the currently playing song from Spotify on Windows, Linux and macOS and displays the lyrics in the command-line or in a browser tab. Refreshes automatically when song changes. The lyrics are fetched from Genius. Mainly built on Python and Flask but also uses HTML, CSS, JS, AppleScript and SQL under the hood. Of course we need more functionality added to it. Which functionality?​ We'd like to hear proposals. Things such as syncing lyrics to the song come to mind, but we want to hear what you can come up with. So come up with 3 months worth of improvements you can think of. | Python (mainly) \\ Flask  | Depends on your idea, \\ some Web (different tech) | Medium to Unknown |
  
  
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