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OSGeo participated in Google Summer of Code 2018 with 13 projects, of which 10 were successful:
|Community||Title||Student||1st mentor||2nd mentor||3rd mentor||Wiki page||Repository|
|Gisquick||Extension of Gisquick platform filtering tool based on raster and vector spatio-temporal data||David Těthal|
|GRASS GIS||GRASS GIS module for Sentinel-2 cloud and shadow detection||Roberta Fagadini|
|GRASS GIS||Full support of Python 3 in GRASS GIS||Sanjeet Bhatti|
|istSOS||Support of Unit Of Measure conversion in istSOS3||Rahul Chauhan||Milan Antonovic||Massimiliano Cannata|
|pgRouting||Implement Minimum Spanning Tree and Min-Cut for pgRouting by the Boost Graph Library.||Aditya Pratap Singh|
|pgRouting||Making pgRoutingLayer plugin compatible with QGIS 3.0 and Adding GUI support for proposed stable functions which are scheduled for next release.||Aasheesh Tiwari|
|pgRouting||Implement Minimum-cost flow Algorithm by the Boost Graph Library and Chinese Postman Problem for pgRouting||Maoguang Wang|
|pgRouting||Implement Parallel Dijkstra’s and Bellman-Ford algorithm by the Parallel BGL||Sourabh Garg|
|PostGIS||Implement Geospatial Data Viewer in pgAdmin4 for PostGIS||Xuri Gong|
|PyWPS||Database Output Storage for PyWPS||Jan Pišl|