5. What advice would you give to future would-be Summer of Code mentoring organizations? (required)
Try to find tasks which require interaction with rest of the team and which are integrated to the project: unrelated task which will not be merged and will rot after GSoC completion will not bring another stundent to the project.
6. What advice would you give to future would-be Summer of Code students who would like to work with your organization? (required)
Better background in Unix is very pleasant thing: reading several books (such as "The Art of Unix Programming" by Raymonds, GNU toolchain/toolsa manuals and Stevens' "Advanced Programming in UNIX environment") should not take TOO much time, but it will strongly help communication/development.