Evergreen at the Google Doc Sprint 3

How long does it take to write a 116-page manual introducing Evergreen administrators to basic setup, configuration and maintenance? If you bring together a dedicated documentation team, great facilitators, and the right environment, it turns out you can do it with just three days (or closer to two-and-a-half days) of […]

Team Evergreen standing behind the Google sign

Google Summer of Code 2012 wrap-up: thank you!

‘Tis the season to give thanks for all that we have been fortunate to receive over the past year! Well, actually, as a Canadian that time was well over a month ago, and even the Americans in the crowd celebrated Thanksgiving last week. Given my tardiness, I hope it’s not […]

GSoC 2012 and you

The Evergreen Project has been accepted by the Google Summer of Code 2012 program.  This is the second year we’ve been accepted, and we look forward to working with GSoC students to build some cool new stuff into Evergreen. If you’re a student looking for a GSoC project to apply […]