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Sat Mar 6 22:22:44 GMT 2010
2010/3/6 Adam 'foo-script' Rakowski <foo-script at o2.pl>:
> I'm Adam, 24yo, CS & IT student and developer (C/C++/C#,Java,Python) from Szczecin, Poland.
> IT&CS interests: cryptography, image processing, computer vision.
> I was taking a part in GSoC 2008 (with full success), so this year I would like to be a GSoC student again. Hope I will :)
> After review some of projects for this year I meant 'Non-Destructive Editing' seems to be one of those I was waiting for. This is the proposal I will apply to.
Hi, and welcome.
> Today I started getting familar with digiKam's code (previously I was only a user), and for some day I will ask for some tasks to do. Practice makes perfect. As far as I know KDE require reporting bugs/patches/code with new features before submiting application, am I right?
Yes. Patch posted in bugzilla is the better way to contribute to
digiKam project. About non destructive editing feature, please use
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