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From Oliver Deakin <oliver.dea...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: [general] Google Summer of Code
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2010 13:20:03 GMT
Hi Marcos,

Thanks for your interest in this project! The first step would be to 
fill in the ACQ as detailed below and submit it to the private@ mailing 
list. You will probably find it useful to read the Google Summer of Code 
FAQ [1] which will answer many questions you have - how to apply for a 
particular project is detailed in the FAQ.  According to the GSoC 
timeline [2] student applications only start on March 29th so you cannot 
apply for this project yet. Until then, once we have your ACQ filed, the 
best thing you can do is to start participating in the Harmony project! 
A good start would be to build the Harmony codebase, run the tests and 
let us know your progress.



On 10/03/2010 02:15, Marcos Roriz wrote:
> Great! I'll be filling the ACQ form soon!
> On the assigments I really liked the following idea:
> [jdktools] Implement the javadoc command line toolSo what should I do how? I
> should post a comment on the tracker or send them a email??
> Thanks in advance,
> Marcos
> 2010/3/9 Mark Hindess<mark.hindess@googlemail.com>
>> In message<a58adbb51003082024t40d36418w103ee0d028ef14dc@mail.gmail.com>,
>> Marcos Roriz writes:
>>> Thats really cool!! On my research I did a cleanroom implementation
>>> of RMI on phoneME Advanced (PBP) to 'resolve' the isolation of Xlets
>>> in the VM and provide a IXC to them on local machine and binding to
>>> C/C++ code of the middleware (GingaDTV). All the implementation was
>>> based on the JavaDTV + PBP standard API. I have never actually saw Sun
>>> implementation of J2SE (OpenJDK/Src) so I think I'm ok contribute to
>>> the project.
>> The best way to be sure is to read the contribution policy and fill out
>> an ACQ and send it to private@harmony.apache.org.  See:
>>   http://harmony.apache.org/contribution_policy.html
>> We have created some JIRA issues for some potential GSoC projects.  See:
>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?requestId=12314025
>> The issues with 'Assignees' have mentors but if you are interested in
>> any of the others please discuss it here and see if a mentor can be
>> found.
>> Alternatively you may suggest a project of your own and discuss it here
>> and see if a mentor is interested.
>> Thanks for your interest.
>> Regards,
>>   Mark.

Oliver Deakin
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