[kde-edu]: Re: [GSOC] How to submit my own ideas

Anne-Marie Mahfouf annemarie.mahfouf at free.fr
Wed Mar 30 09:14:33 CEST 2011

On Wednesday, March 30, 2011 08:43:03 AM Victor Carbune wrote:
> Hello!
> Glad you are interested in doing a Google Summer of Code with KDE Edu!
> On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 3:37 AM, Virtosu Sava <virtosu.sava at gmail.com> 
> > Hello,
> > I'm Sava, student from University of Technology of Moldova from Chisinau.
> > I want to participe to GSOC 2011, and I'm looking for an interesting
> > project. I know a lot about EduKDE project because I use some programs
> > from this project very often and I thought maybe I can help to impruve
> > some of yours products. Actually i want to propose my ideas for
> > developing KGeography(because i really like this soft, and it seams to
> > be very interesting to improve it), and the problem is that I don't know
> > to who I need to ask for helping in submit some proposals, or maybe to
> > transmit some ideas about how to impruve this project. Could you help me
> > with some info about how do I can do this?
> Since there are no ideas posted about KGeography, the best place to
> start such a discussion is on the kde-edu mailing list (CCed in my
> reply). Make sure you subscribe to our list.
> Would anyone be able to help Sava with more information about KGeography?
> Regards,
> Victor> 

Hi Virtosu,

We are glad you are interested in KGeography.
At a starting point I think you should send us a mail with:
- a presentation of yourself, your C++ knowledge, KDE experiance if any
- a detailed presentation of the work you intend to do on KGeography: precise 
points you want to work on, implementation details, timeline.

We will look at this and discuss it then we will try to find you a mentor and 
we'll guide you in submitting the proposal.

Best regards,


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