Open Lighting Project Seeks Student Programmer for Summer Work

Posted on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

For the second consecutive year the Open Lighting Project has been accepted into the Google Summer of Code program. This provides one college student with the opportunity to write open source lighting control software for three months over summer while collecting a paycheck.

The Open Lighting Project is a multi-faceted effort aimed at accelerating the adoption of new, standardized lighting control protocols, while also providing high-quality, reliable, open source software for the lighting industry. Now with over 120,000 lines of code, recent activity on the project has focused on building one of the first implementations of RDMnet (BSR E1.33 – 201x, Entertainment Technology – [RDMnet] — Message Transport and Device Management of ANSI E1.20 [RDM] over IP Networks).

The Open Lighting Project is seeking a talented software programmer who also has an interest in the entertainment lighting industry. For further information, and to apply visit the URL below.

Applications close May 3, 2013.

www.google-melange.com/gsoc/org/google/gsoc2013/openlighting