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From Scott Sanders <>
Subject Re: Google SoC
Date Wed, 29 Jun 2005 02:14:33 GMT

Welcome!  I will be your mentor, but I would prefer for everything  
that we do from now on to be on this list, so everyone knows what is  
going on.

I would also say to look at Gump3, but Leo and Adam will tell us if  
we are wrong.

Please start a wiki page under in the design  
topics section, called GumpAndMaven, or something similar.  We can  
all help to flesh out your design for the integration process.

Always feel free to post here if you have any questions, and please  
note that there are no stupid questions.

Once you get Gump3 up and running with some minimal project set, let  
us know, and we can kick off the design discussion.  If you have an  
idea on the design, just post it here and we can start to hash it out/ 
post it to the wiki.

Scott Sanders

On Jun 28, 2005, at 4:13 PM, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

> Justin wrote:
>> Hi
>> I was just accepted by the google's summer of code to work on the  
>> gump-maven project.  I was wondering which version of gump (ie 1,  
>> 2, 3) I should be using and where i acquire that code.
> Justin, welcome! It's a pleasure to have you on board.
> Gump 1 is pretty much deprecated, so don't consider that.
> Gump 2 is our current 'production' branch, even if production is a big
> word for gump ;-)
> I would suggest you to start from Gump 3, which is a little cleaner  
> and
> less complex and has a more modular architecture.
> What do others think?
> -- 
> Stefano.
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