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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 […]