From: Andreas Kupries <andreask@ac...> - 2010-04-05 18:31:22
Eduardo Santos wrote:
> Hi Andreas,
> I'm a student and I'll send my application, but as last year I didn't
> write a good one, I'm trying to do better this time.
Snarfing a bit of text Donal just wrote in a different thread:
The important things are:
* Get an application in! The sooner it goes in, the more we can help
with the tricky formal bits like getting good deadlines in there.
* Include a *realistic* plan for what you're going to do, including
* Make sure your plan doesn't require you do integrate everything at
the last minute; that sort of ambition never works well. ;-)
> My intention is to embrace one of the projects I've seen in the Wiki,
> related to Wub + OpenACS + TDBC. I don't think I'll have time to work on
> TDBC, but my idea is to provide some kind of abstraction layer to the
> Web Server using Wub, so OpenACS doesn't stay so dependent on AOLServer.
> My focus will be to use the Portable NSD project and start from there.
> Right now I'm doing some research in the technologies so I can know
> exactly what to do.
> 2010/4/5 Andreas Kupries <andreask@...
> Until This Friday, April 9.
> If you are a student (or know of one) which has a project for Tcl,
> please (tell
> them to) apply.
> While we have six confirmed mentors so far we have no student
> applications at
> all so far. Nada, zilch, nothing.
> Andreas Kupries wrote:
Andreas Kupries <andreas@...>
Developer @ <http://www.activestate.com/>