WordPress is back, approved for the Google Summer of Code, and is looking for people interested in spending a summer deep within WordPress’ world.
For the third year in a row, WordPress is participating, and this year we’ve got project suggestions ranging from core functionality to plugins and BuddyPress development. You name it, we want you to propose it. It’s true, competition is fierce, but hey, if you’re already hacking WordPress, you’re ahead of the pack as far as we’re concerned. Applications are being accepted as of today, and the deadline is on April 3, 2009.
They’ve put up a great list of potential options including working on the import/export and theme frameworks.
If you are interested in the Google Summer of Code, check out WordPress’ page.