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From Sonny from Tacoma <ikste...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Activity in Apache
Date Sat, 24 Mar 2012 22:55:25 GMT
On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 7:29 AM, akshay khatri <akshaykhatri161@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi
>
> I wanted to get into Apache development. Though I am looking into various
> projects and looking what interests me.
> But I wanted to put in some views that I have noticed:
>
>  1) I didn't find any IRC channel for apache
> 2) It is good that mailing list is one of the prime means to communicate
> in Apache but I feel that lack of IRC or active blog roll would have been
> great. As mailing list isn't supposed to chat with fellow developers,
> sharing ideas (other than development)
> Or is it that in Apache familiarizing with people happen only if you live
> close by or know each other in prior ? (or no discussion other than
> development is required/allowed among people )
>
> 3) I just saw that GSoC results were out, but didn't find any
> email/blog/news from apache about the same.
>
> 4) As a prospective student, I was looking to familiarize with other
> students all over Apache, but again no mode of communication to them  and I
> strongly believe that there wouldn't be any correspondence between
> student/developers among various apache projects.
> ( IRC is really a great thing for that and I believe a community today
> should have IRC culture to grow )
>
> These were just my inputs, only aiming to know other people.
>
> Just an example of what I am feeling: Fellow students/developers/gsoc
> students please email me personally so that I may know you better.(and let
> it go to thousands of busy persons over there)
>
> Thanks
>
>


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