Looking for (Linux) project in C

Jan Havran
  • Jan Havran

    Jan Havran - 2013-01-13

    Hi, i am 20 years old student and i want join some project. I was programming mainly in C (and a little in C++), but only on small, personal projects (one simple 2D game, easy AI for one competition and some very small apps). I want learn how to work in team, build my skills and help some small project. I prefer game project, but "normal" app is good, too. The app must be available minimal for Linux. Maybe should be better if i do some easy hacks for the beginning. Please write me PM.

    Thanks, sonic :)

  • Rich Bowen

    Rich Bowen - 2013-01-14

    Have you had a look at the various help wanted posts in the other forums?

  • Justin Yaple

    Justin Yaple - 2013-02-07


    If you’re still looking for a challenging project to join please check out my project.

    It’s the beginning of a Linux based WAN accelerator. Something similar would be Cisco WAAS, Riverbed and Silver Peak WAN accelerators. OpenNOP has only a very basic feature set compared to these commercial products but I hope to someday offer similar features.

    The project is rather complex and requires some solid knowledge of TCP/IP and the Linux network stack.

    If you’re interested send me a message and double check that your email is updated in SF.net so I can reply.


  • Maxim Kolosov

    Maxim Kolosov - 2013-05-16

    http://pir.sf.net - Python port of Irrlicht game engine.
    Linux C/C++ developer required for C part named "irrlicht_c" - mainly for compilation, but, if you can solve some errors, it is even better.

  • Heiko Schäfer

    Heiko Schäfer - 2013-05-21

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/hgl-suite/ is in URGENT search of help too.
    It is actually C++/Lua, but the plugins and the graphics rendering part can be handled easy by somebody with mainly C experience. As plus you can even train your C++ skills.

    • dani

      dani - 2013-05-23

      You can add me as a developer if you like.
      Just let me know what the requirements are to start working in it.


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