Here are the info you'll need.
The information from Google:
The idea list of LXDE for Google SoC 2010:
Guides for students:
Actually we have a problem here:
I'm still thinking about whether there is a better solution now.
Some items in our idea list are too small for something like SoC projects.
Items such as a screenshot tool only is not enough a whole summer.
A simple one can even be done within one week. A complicated one
should be done within one month. So, new proposals are needed. Either
we need new projects, or students may need to pick up several items at
the same time. Otherwise it will be too simple for SoC and one week
later you might have nothing to do.
Any better suggestions? Some things really need to be done, but they
are too small for the whole summer. I'll try to expand the idea list
in following days. Or do you have new proposals?
On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 12:34 AM, Jithu Sunny <jithusunnyk@...> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 12:22 AM, Jithu Sunny <jithusunnyk@...> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm Jithu, pursuing my undergraduate studies in India. I'm
>> interested in participating in the GSoC 2010. The specific part I'm
>> interested is the LXScreenshot. I can program comfortably in C, CPP. I've
>> also learned basics of Qt. And after joining LXDE, I've started using Gtk+
>> also. I love Unix and shell scripting. I'm also OK with version control with
>> I decided to start with LXDE, because I liked the simplicity and
>> compactness I felt here. I think KISS(Keep It Simple, Stupid) philosophy
>> itself is the motto of LXDE..:). I also had great experience in chatting
>> with LXDE members, even though since a few weeks.
>> I've familiarized myself with the code of Gpicview, and I have
>> found a bug in it. I'm expecting to fix it within a couple of days.
>> Although I find it very much OK to implement Lxscreenshot in
>> Gpicview, won't it be more robust, if we implement it as a seperate module?
>> I have some questions:
>> 1) Is it OK to apply for LXScreenshot only?
>> 2) Is there a clear, standard format for the application I need to post at
>> my blog.
>> Jithu Sunny
> Why no reply?
> The problem I found with Gpicview is not a bug, its a machine dependent
> problem. And I'm also interested in implementing the search bar in PCmanfm.
> Expecting a reply,
> Jithu Sunny
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