Re: (someone being interested in GCoC ’21 and Okular)
bhumitattarde1 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 26 12:24:17 GMT 2020
Thank you! :)
I'll go through the source code and let you know if some class needs more
documentation, or add it myself and ask you to review it.
I've already contacted Albert, he has suggested me to look around as well.
That's the plan! I'll go through the bug list and see which ones I can
resolve once I'm familiar with the code base.
On Sat, 26 Dec 2020, 5:13 pm David Hurka, <david.hurka at mailbox.org> wrote:
> Hi Bhumit and welcome to KDE!
> Albert knows a lot about Okular and Poppler, so he will be a good GSoC
> I know some parts of okularpart, and would be happy to assist helping you
> getting familar with it.
> If you read through the Okular source code, and feel a class misses
> API documentation, tell us. Then I can improve the documentation there.
> If you want, you may write documentation yourself. Then I can help while
> reviewing it. CC me with @davidhurka.
> Alternatively, the recommended way is to “scratch your own itch”. 
> are enough bugs in Okular. ;)
> Cheers, David
>  https://community.kde.org/Get_Involved/development#Choose_what_to_do
> On Saturday, December 26, 2020 11:20:37 AM CET Bhumit Attarde wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > I'm a second year engineering student interested in GSOC '21.
> > I've gone through https://community.kde.org/GSoC/2021/Ideas and have
> > in on an app I like and know a little about (Okular). I plan to get
> > familiarized with it more over next few days and then try to get my hands
> > dirty after I'm comfortable.
> > Do you guys have any suggestions over how I should proceed?
> > -Bhumit Attarde
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