Antti, what made you apply for the Finnish Summer Code?I have had the idea of the project in my mind for few years. I don't remember where I heard about the Finnish Summer Code, but because I already had the idea I decided to send an application.Does the concept of Finnish Summer Code excite students in general?It's very exciting - you get to do what you want. The only thing that we laughed about was making our presentations, both in the applying stage and at the end. It requires quite a lot of work. For a normal summer job, you simply get the instructions and you do the work. The difference is rather clear.What kind of advice would you give to a person considering applying for the Finnish Summer Code?The motivation to do a Finnish Summer Code project goes hand in hand with being motivated to do general FOSS development. It is all about personal motivation. For me, it was very relevant that someone was interested in my work. Ubuntu activists Alexander Sack and Rubén Romero got excited about my project and gave me ideas and support. I also had friends who were interested in the project, which was also quite inspiring. When I'd completed my project, it felt good to see all the blog posts about how great it was - how my code just made things work.What has this positive publicity felt like?Of course it feels really good. One of the motivations to do FOSS work is helping others, and it feels great to achieve that goal. It feels good to solve a problem and, by doing so, help a lot of people. The mobile networking assistant is not yet perfect and it needs ongoing maintenance. The database that holds the settings of different operators is mostly taken from the already completed work by the GPRS Easy Connect project. Some changes have been done to update the database, and new changes are coming at a rate of approximately one per week.There has been some uncertainty about who has done what. My part of the whole thing was the settings assistant – the guided clickthrough. The actual PPP connection stack was programmed by other contributors. As I had some extra time, I did the integration for the Network Manager applet, too. The Network Manager User/Interface is one of the challenges of future. We will also add new types of connection devices and types of networking.