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From J Aaron Farr <fa...@apache.org>
Subject Low hanging bugs for students
Date Mon, 03 Mar 2008 09:27:33 GMT

This next weekend I'm going to be at the Asia Open Source Symposium
Code Fest.  What was going to be a hackathon-like event is now a
student focused event with something like 50 university students
attending for two days to learn something about open source.  So now
I'm trying to come up with ideas on what to have these students do.

My preference is to have the students work on a bunch of patches over
two days rather than work on a single application to be released at
the end of the event.  To me, the patch process is a fairly unique
open source skill, so that's what I want to emphasize.

I already have some bugs, features and code in mind, most related to
the ApacheCon website.  But if anyone has some ideas of other low
hanging bugs or features that I could task a few students with, please
let me know.  Think of it as a two-day "summer of code".

If anyone has any other thoughts or suggestions, please pass them on.

Thanks!

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  J Aaron Farr     jadetower.com        [US] +1 724-964-4515
    馮傑仁         cubiclemuses.com     [HK] +852 8123-7905



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