在2009-04-27，"William S Fulton" <email@example.com> 写道：
>We've added a wiki page for the Summer of Code 2009. Take a look at
>http://www.dabeaz.com/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?DeveloperInfo/GoogleSummerOfCode2009 >which is remarkably similar to
>Students: please add your proposal to the wiki as a new page and link to >it from this page. We want development to happen in the open, and >making the accepted proposals public is part of this. Feel free to >remove any personal information from the wiki version. Take a look at >the 'SwigWiki' links on each wiki page to learn more about page editing.
The information about me:
>We're now in the community bonding period until 23 May. This time is
>meant for learning and planning for the coding period which starts
>immediately afterwards. During the bonding period, please introduce
>yourself to the rest of the SWIG developers, as well as your project,
>perhaps pointing to the updated wiki. Feel free to discuss design
>decisions during this period. In fact we would like the researching and
>planning done in this period to result in you revising the timelines in
>your proposals to contain weekly milestones of what you intend to code
>from 23 May. The weekly milestones might of course change as the project >goes on, but it is helpful for us to evaluate your progress and for you
>to plan your coding for a successful project.
I will discuss about the design plan further with my mentor Maciej and Sylvestre to make it more detailed and easily implemented.
>We'll be sorting out accounts for you in SWIG's SVN repository on
>Sourceforge shortly. In order to do this, you'll need to sign up for an >account on Sourceforge if you haven't already, and tell us your >Sourceforge username. We're expecting Kosei will work in the Xapian SVN >tree which is hosted elsewhere, but you'll probably find a Sourceforge >account useful too as it will allow you to report any SWIG bugs you >might encounter.
My logged name is "sploving" on the Sourceforge.
>Finally, can all students and mentors view this great advice which the
>python guys have put together:
I have viewed it. Thanks