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From Xiao-Feng Li <xiaofeng...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [proposal] Minimum class set for customer application
Date Sun, 19 Jul 2009 12:53:21 GMT
Hi, Liqian, it is a pity to hear that.

You definitely can still contribute. But it is better to understand
the current status of this project "Smallest classes set for customer
application", so that your work has no potential conflict.


2009/7/17 liqian yu <yuliqian@gmail.com>:
>    I'm a student who is very interested in the open source project and I'll
>  feel very cool if I can contribute code for the open source community, but
> unluckly my proposal was not accepted. I choose the title "Smallest classes
> set for customer application " .  As I have  some related experience in that
> topic that I have developed a similar prototype tool in my research paper
> , I believe I can complete it perfectly.  I showed solid practice quality in
> my proposal. For the project I even planned to spend four full time months
> just because I'm loving it.  Unfortunately I'm not the chosen one.
>   If possible I'm still willing to participate in the project.
> 2009/7/17 Charles Hardin <ckhardin@gmail.com>
>> All,
>> For some technology development efforts we ended up deciding to port
>> the DRLVM to mips to try out a few things.
>> We are doing this fairly blindly and probably didn't follow the appropriate
>> conventions - so, before we go to far off the reservation we figured
>> we should ask a couple of things:
>> - are people interested in us contributing this back to harmony?
>> - if yes, then can we get a contact to make sure this
>> contribution is done correctly?
>> Our fallback plan is to just send patches back to the mailing list.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Charles Hardin
>> 2Wire, Inc.
> --
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