Terasology, the extensible voxel game, is participating in Google Summer of Code for the sixth year in a row!

That means that if you are a current college or university student, you could get a summer internship — with a stipend paid by Google — to help build this open source project.

Development of a multiplayer game provides the opportunity to participate in an unusually wide variety of roles, from devops to UI, technical writing to 3-D modelling.

I'll be mentoring this round and would be especially interested in seeing proposals for internationalization, automated testing, or other ways to help the software run smoothly for players and maintainers both.

Unfortunately I did _not_ remember to try to get the project registered with Outreachy this time. Remind us to do that next round!

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