On 10/8/05, William Swanson <swansontec@...> wrote:
> When I was browsing the Project Status page on inkscape.org, I noticed th=
> for Windows developers. I don't have much free time, but I'm willing to
> contribute a bugfix here and there to my favorite piece of software. I've
> checked out the CVS, but am still setting things up to compile. Once I ge=
> things running, where is a good place to start hacking?
Very nice, thanks! We're actually in dire need for more Windows contributor=
The question of where to start depends on what interests you most and
what you're good at. UI? Math? Architecture? All these areas need
attention. Myself, I just tried to use the program and went on to fix
the problems that were the most annoying, and so it all began.
If you ask me which is the most annoying Windows-specific problem
currently, it's probably this:
The comments there give some idea on where to start. It may actually
be easy to fix, or it may turn out to be unfixable with the current
Windows GTK port. More research is needed.
> Also, assuming I create a patch for some problem, where do I send it?
Use our patch tracker at Sourceforge.
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