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From Dag.Wan...@Sun.COM (Dag H. Wanvik)
Subject Re: Google summer of code-derby-testandfix
Date Mon, 31 Mar 2008 17:21:36 GMT

Hi again,

sorry I jumped the gun here. I missed the point that you are asking
about GSoC. I am not up-to-speed on the selection process, I think
Kathey is coordinating it.

Dag

abhilash tg <abhi.tg4u@gmail.com> writes:

> Hi,
>
>
>  I'm Abhilash T.G. I'm currently pursuing my third year bachelors degree in
> computer science and engineering at Amrita University, India. I'm familiar
> with contributing to opensource and have contributed significantly for the
> Sun Microsystem's Code for freedom contest(OpenSolaris and Apache Derby ).
>
> http://in.sun.com/communities/univ/codeforfreedom/winners.html
> My name is Abhilash T.G
>
>  I have experience in developing applications in j2ee and my project was
> judged among the top five in IBM's The Great Mind Challenge. I am a very
> quick learner.Since I'm already familiar with bug fixing i feel i will be a
> right person to do it. Besides I will be able to work about 8-10 hrs from
> May 15th. I would love to work on fixing bugs in derby and also take up some
> enhancements posted in the jira.
>   I had downloaded the code for Derby via SVN and then did a full compile
> and build the source code. I also did some documentation work to share it
> with my friends.  had attended the Sun Tech Days'08 at Hyderabad which gave
> me an opportunity to meet and interact with people working with OpenSource.
> I am also the founding members of the Sun Club at our campus aimed at
> promoting OpenSource technologies like Opensolaris, Netbeans, GlassFish,
> Derby, OpenPortal, OpenJDK, OpenOffice etc. I  would love to carry forward
> the work i done for Sun Code for freedom.
>
> regards
> Abhilash

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