Check out the LimeSurvey source code on GitHub!

The LimeSurvey project is applying for Google Summer of Code 2009. We want to use this great event by Google to introduce students to the new LimeSurvey 2 software development (lots of academic people use LimeSurvey for thesis reasons) and push the development of LimeSurvey 2 forward. LimeSurvey 2 is in some areas already alot better than LimeSurvey 1 but certain key components are still missing - so there is plenty to leave your fingerprint.

Have a look at our Google Summer of Code Wiki Pages , our ideas page and our idea list and discussion forum! and share your thoughts - tell us if you would be interested to take up on one of the tasks or if you have an even better idea you would like to develop in LimeSurvey 2.

Please keep in mind that we still have to get accepted by Google - but if we do, it's on for young and old!


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