Should we apply as GSoC mentoring organization now?
muslim.chochlov at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 13:07:48 EST 2012
I absolutely don't mind to participate as a mentor this year. If you decide
to submit proposal for gsoc 2012, you can count me in.
Currently I'm looking into further refactoring of libqof and I could guide
the student with the project
that would be quite similar to the previous year's.
Other interesting project I can think of is mobile application to collect
user data (yes I'm talking about Android and yes
I'm aware of gnc4a ) and later input it into Gnucash. The original
discussion could be found here .
On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 3:38 PM, Derek Atkins <warlord at mit.edu> wrote:
> Christian Stimming <christian at cstimming.de> writes:
> > Dear all,
> > here's the feedback from the gnucash-devel discussion at beginning of
> > about potentially applying at GSoC:
> > - AshokR: can help with the application
> > - John: potentially mentor, but no admin
> > - Manfred: unavailable this summer
> > - Geert: unavailable this summer
> > - Andy Clayton: Can do some help
> > - Muslim Chochlov: Can assist some mentor
> > - myself: Maybe mentor, but upon looking at my summer plans again I have
> > admit I'm unavailable this summer.
> > This gives us one mentor (John) and another one (I'm very confident you
> can be
> > a very good mentor this year, Muslim!), but kind of no administrator
> > Maybe I can do the administration, but still, we would have at most two
> > students. Seems to me rather like not to join this year. What do you
> I think that it's okay to have only two students, provided we can find
> good projects.
> > Best Regards,
> > Christian
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