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SIDE-Labs offers stipends to build Alfresco applications

Question asked by jck on May 27, 2010
Latest reply on Jun 10, 2010 by jck
SIDE-Labs created the SUMO project. SUMO is a kind of GSoC but targets modeling as well, not only coding.

If you have a project idea you want to develop on Alfresco, come and develop it through this project. SUMO offers students stipends to design applications and optionally write code if required. You must use SIDE-Labs and finally provide your application models according an open source license. More information is available on

For your information, SIDE-Labs is an open source project which provides a set of tools based on Eclipse to help developers to quickly produce robust Alfresco applications. Applications are in fact generated from a set of models which describes the application.