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From Dave Cottlehuber <>
Subject Re: Project proposal for ICFOSS
Date Thu, 18 Jul 2013 09:22:36 GMT
Hi Yashin,

Good timing to ask about this - we are just going into a release cycle
atm and this would be a great opportunity to see how this works at
present, vs how it could work!

I wonder if Alex or Dirkjan might be interested in co-mentoring this,
I can take care of paperwork & stuff, but I'm not in a position to
offer useful technical guidance as I'm not a pythoneer yet.

If you're not already subscribed to dev@ please do, and check the
archives[1],[2] for some relevant background, and the release pages on
the wiki. You should try setting up the development environment as
knowing how this works is a big help: . I recommend
you stick with R15B03-1 or R14B04 if you've not installed erlang
before, this will be the path of least resistance. If your OS doesn't
have a suitable erlang built in, check ErlangSolutions[4]. For
spidermonkey, use Cloudant's pre-built packages [5],[6], as the
version matters to couchdb.



On 18 July 2013 03:04, Yashin Mehaboobe <> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> I'm one of the students who participated for the Apache ICFOSS program
> conducted by Luciano Resende. I was looking through the CouchDB projects and
> found one interesting . It is the automated release process documentation
> project at
> I'd like to work on this project as part of the ICFOSS mentorship program.
> Can you please be my mentor? I have worked extensively with Python and have
> experience in using Sphinx. I hope to do this project by taking the rst file
> and generating the various outputs from that file. I intend to create a
> separate script for this task.
> Hoping for a positive reply! :)
> --
> - Yashin Mehaboobe

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