Endless and the GNOME Foundation have joined forces to encourage educators and students to work on coding challenges using free and open source software. The organizations have put together a $500,000 fund which will go toward prizes for participants who perform well during the challenges. "The GNOME Foundation, with support from Endless, has announced the Coding Education Challenge, a competition aimed to attract projects that offer educators and students new and innovative ideas to teach coding with free and open source software. The $500,000 in funding will support the prizes, which will be awarded to the teams who advance through the three stages of the competition. Both the GNOME Foundation and Endless share a deep commitment to a vibrant free and open source software ecosystem." Additional information about the competition can be found on the GNOME website.
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