Parley: Seeking GSoC mentors

Amarvir Singh amarvir.ammu.93 at
Sat Feb 1 13:45:51 UTC 2014

Greetings Aleix,

I absolutely understand that. I have been trying to contribute towards
KDevelop, but I thought Parley had a lot of scope for awesome features and
I am genuinely quite interested in contributing towards it (GSoC or no
GSoC). But due to exams and other academic activities I haven't quite found
much time this month to implement them (even though I did start :( ).
Summer is one time when I'm completely free and it'd have been cool to work
in a mentored environment where I can completely focus on the project I
like, day and night :) . Though I completely get your point and will
provide contributions before I even propose something. Obviously you'd want
someone who knows about the project and has some experience on it.


On Sat, Feb 1, 2014 at 5:54 PM, Aleix Pol <aleixpol at> wrote:

> On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 10:39 PM, Amarvir Singh <amarvir.ammu.93 at
> > wrote:
>> Greetings,
>> Could someone please confirm if we'll have mentors for Parley,
>> specifically, this year for GSoC? I was interested in proposing to work on
>> a few needed features for Parley during the summertime and wanted to know
>> if KDE'd accept such proposals this time seeing as Parley hasn't been
>> brought up in the last few GSoCs.
>> Thanks,
>> Amarvir Singh
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> Furthermore, previous contributions will help as well. Note that we're
> interested in working together, the fact that you're only interested in
> GSoC is not the best way to get introduced.
> Aleix
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