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From Bryan Pendleton <bpendleton.de...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to join in this GSOC
Date Fri, 04 Mar 2011 02:43:30 GMT
On 03/02/2011 06:28 AM, Houx Zhang wrote:
> Hello, everyone!
> I'm a student eager for this GSOC on Derby. So far, I have browse some useful information
on the derby website and joined the
> development mailing list. Could anybody give me some advice, please? I have some questions
> 1. Where can I see the ideas this GSOC?
> 2. Who are mentors this GSOC?
> 3. What can I do to make a better preparation before applying?
> Thanks a lot!
> Houx Zhang

In the Derby project, we track issues and projects using Jira.

You can see some of the previous GSOC projects in Derby by going to
then clicking on the "Labels" tab, and then clicking on the "gsoc" label.

There is one currently open GSOC project in Derby right now, I believe:

Another project which the Derby community usually runs is the "test-and-fix"
project, which is a great project for newcomers to Derby. You can see
previous Derby GSOC proposals on the GSOC website, I believe, and you
can see some of the results of last year's test-and-fix project here:

Students may propose projects, just as mentors can. In fact, any member
of the community can propose a GSoC project and can label a Derby issue
as appropriate for GSoC work.

For general information about the Google Summer of Code, there is a VAST
amount of information at the Google web site:

The best resource for new students is the student manual at:

Good luck, I hope this gets you started!



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