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I suppose it depends what kind of files are needed at any given point.
If anyone needs something in particular to test a specific feature
import, and it's not in the repository, I can whip something up. Also,
I can pass along some of my "real" files for work I've done (posters
etc). Just let me know what would be useful I guess :)<br>
[ The following quote from the SoC Wiki is what made me think of this:
"A student for this project will need to [...] assemble, with the help
of the mentor, a library of sample
CDR files for testing." ]<br>
Ted Gould wrote:
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<pre wrap="">On Tue, 2007-03-20 at 23:14 -0400, Gail Banaszkiewicz wrote:
<pre wrap="">Random thought. I was thinking about the CorelDRAW import SoC project,
and assuming to myself it may be best to stay away, since the potential
IP problems *may* be even worse than working on text (which may actually
be generic enough to not have to worry). HOWEVER I want you guys to
know that I can help put together a bunch of test files, and even test
the code of whoever ends up working on it (SoC or not). So don't forget!
We do have a test files repository. So if you have some, I'd love to
see them go there for when someone does get a chance to work on it.
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://inkscape.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/inkscape/inkscape_testfiles/trunk/">http://inkscape.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/inkscape/inkscape_testfiles/trunk/</a>
That, of course, goes for anyone out there.