After GSOC results were out I had the following questions in my mind :
- How many people cleared it this time?
- Which organisation had maximum number of students?
- Which technologies were students most interested in?
- Which country had maximum number of selections?
- Which college had maximum number of selections?
And many more. But Google hasn’t released any stats yet for GSOC 2017 Results so I decided to get as many answers as possible from whatever data that was available. I took the results data from the gsoc website and wrote this: https://github.com/vik-y/GSOC-2017-Results .
These are the results that I have been able to get from the data so far:
Top 20 Organisations in terms of number of selections
|2||R project for statistical computing||35|
|3||Python Software Foundation||33|
|4||Apache Software Foundation||27|
|8||National Resource for Network Biology (NRNB)||21|
|10||The Julia Language||18|
|12||The GNU Project||17|
|13||Sustainable Computing Research Group ( SCoRe )||16|
|14||Systers an Anita Borg Institute community||16|
|19||The Processing Foundation||15|
|20||The Honeynet Project||14|
Top 30 Proposal Tags
I’ll add more as and when possible. 🙂
Google uploaded some stats regarding number of selections country wise. It is available here: https://opensource.googleblog.com/2017/05/google-summer-of-code-2017-statistics.html