R: Re: Want to Contribute to KDE-Edu Community.

LucaTringali TRINGALINVENT at libero.it
Sun Dec 18 14:03:55 UTC 2011

Hi Ankit,
it depends from your interests: for example, if you like physics you can 
download the code from "Step" repository and, when you have understood its 
working, start improving it (solving bugs, adding new features, ...). So, if 
you have some knoweledge of chemistry or math, you can work on Kalzium or 
KAlgebra/Cantor.  And if you know how to teach to little childs, there are some 
programs to help students learn to write or do simple math.

Luca Tringali

----Messaggio originale----
Da: ankitbhatnagar2012 at gmail.com
Data: 18/12/2011 14.52
A: <kde-edu at kde.org>
Ogg: Re: Want to Contribute to KDE-Edu Community.

On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 6:50 PM, Tomaz Canabrava <tcanabrava at kde.org> wrote:
On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 8:51 AM, Ankit Bhatnagar
<ankitbhatnagar2012 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> This is Ankit Bhatnagar - Third-year Undergraduate, Computer Science
> Engineering - University Institute of Engineering & Technology, Panjab
> University, Chandigarh ( India ). I wish to contribute to the KDE-Edu
> projects or rather to the entire KDE Community as a whole. I have fair
> proficiency in C/C++ development, though I've just begun experimenting with
> Qt/QML. I've also been working with Web Development of-late and do have a
> grasp of things associated.
> I hope to help the community with my skills and in turn, learn a lot as
> well. Any suggestions/information to begin contributing, is
> well-appreciated.


It's a bit hard on 'where to start contributing', because if you wanna
help us doing something, must be something that you will like to do.
we have a very good amount of software, and we always welcome new
partners, but what do you want do do?

if you need to learn Qt, I sugest you to play with some easy
educational apps or games, till the time that you feel confortable to
do something more challenging.

you can take a look here, at the techbase, for some information on how
to get started.



Thanks a lot, Tomaz. That information is highly appreciated.
What I really meant was, how do I begin contributing, in the sense of working 
straight-away. As for the basics, I've already been through the Techbase & the 
API tutorials, though just about roughly. I have consulted with one of my 
seniors in College, who did GSoC 2011 for KDE.
Therefore, if you could help me, finding some kind of work, that I could begin 
with. Do I have to begin with Bug Reporting or doing Junior Jobs as slated on 
various projects; or Is there still something that I could do, apart the above.
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