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From Rob Weir <>
Date Tue, 09 Apr 2013 15:23:21 GMT
On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 10:59 AM, Sabhya Kaushal

> Hey Juergen,
> Joined. Finally.
> Both the projects that I chose were of my liking. And I have no difficulty
> in proceeding with the CMIS project,
> because as you said, the Eclipse plugin project has already been selected.

Nothing is already selected or decided.  Feel free to submit a proposal
related to any of the ideas we've posted, or even come up with your own
idea and write a proposal for that.

The timeline for this is here:

So for the next two weeks is the time for you to ask questions, float
ideas, etc.  The actual application process for students doesn't start
until April 22nd, and the deadline for student proposals is May 3rd.  So
plenty of time to explore your options.



> I have almost two years worth of experience in Java Programming language,
> and being familiar with the basic
> structure of the language, I am pretty hopeful that I will be able to meet
> the needs of the project, and any amount
> of dedication that it may require.
> i have quite a bit of knowledge regarding package development, class
> formations, and deprecations. Also, i have
> been familiarizing myself with the UNO architecture and UBC/UCP, and I have
> been using the OpenOffice for
> quite sometime now.
> I work on the NetBeans platform, and would like to become even more
> familiar with it by browsing its functionality
> on a deeper scale, which is required for this project.
> p.s. I had read on an online blog that I may be provided with some
> debugging exercises, or is that an after-phase?
> Kindly let me know.
> regards,
> Sabhya Kaushal
> --

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