Today marks the end of this year's Google Summer of Code, with the wrap-up report posted over at the Haiku site. In the report you'll find information about all six GSoC 2009 projects along with the extra two from the Haiku Code Drive 2009.

Overall this year brought better results than last year's GSoC projects did, too which the fact that Haiku required the students to solve one or more tickets from the bug tracker is no stranger. It helped not only the students, helping them get familiarized with Haiku's code and API but also the mentors in evaluating better the candidates.

Congratulations to all, both students (we hope they stick around and keep helping the project) and mentors, good job. Now go read the full report.