From: Josef Reidinger <jreidinger@su...> - 2010-05-28 09:22:48
If he's going to hack for LXDE, I'd suggest that he can help fix bugs
of the file manager or we can start a new branch to work on new
features for the next release. Since we're now in a feature-freeze
state, no new features will be added to current master, but I actually
got a lot of new ideas to experiment in branches, such as native
udisks support without relying on gvfs.
Hi, I think it is easier to direct communicate. I just start communication
with Andrea as he is our opensuse contact to LXDE and I want help him to
improve LXDE as he integrate to opensuse really well.
I think that native udisks support sound interesting to hacking (I already see
it on your GSOC page). Do you have any usable links before I start searching
on this topic? (just note that hackweek is from 7th june to 11th june, where
I do the most of work (but when I look at some your code I found it quite good
(except missing documentation and some design choices), so I plan to continue
contributing also after hackweek. I also plan to fix some bugs when I found it
during looking at code ( I think that the best way to get knowledge about code
is fix something). Also is possible to create branch directly on sourceforge
server so I can easily share it with you?
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