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Not because one would want to take on two tasks, but so that if one project is already filled/assigned,they could be assigned another one,instead of being turned down from the organization

I have seen answers about the number of organizations one can apply to,but not the number of projects per organization

I am in my first year and completely new to GSoC (google summer of code) and have just about begun exploring..

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For the Google Summer of Code I would interpret their student advice from the FAQ to imply that you can apply to as many projects as you like, but can only be accepted in one. It doesn't seem to be the number of organizations, but the number of projects.

Caveat. I don't make the rules. But given that Google is pretty experienced in such things, I'd guess that if you apply to more than you should, that the system will kick out the extras.

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