Google has announced 150 accepted mentoring organizations for its 2009 Google Summer of Code. During this three-month program, students, who receive stipends from Google, are paired with mentors to write code for open source software projects. The list of mentors includes Bell Lab's Plan 9, MySQL, the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, NEScent, Open MRS, and Scilab.

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