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Another X.Org EVoC Proposed For OpenGL 4+ Tests

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Announced yesterday were a bunch of Mesa/X/Wayland student projects to be worked on this summer by students attending university and participating in this year's Google Summer of Code. There's a ton of great open-source work Google is sponsoring that will hopefully be successful in the months ahead.

While the GSoC work is great and the X.Org Foundation has been involved most years, separate from that is the X.Org Endless Vacation of Code. The X.Org EVoC is the X.Org Foundation's own GSoC equivalent that they fund out of their own foundation money -- generated from corporate donors, etc. This is a very rarely advertised campaign put on by this foundation that also stewards Wayland, Mesa, etc.

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