Start contributing to KmPlot
connect08nikam at gmail.com
Sun Jan 26 15:41:16 UTC 2014
I went through all the links you sent me.I would definitely like to work on
Khipu and improve it further.
I am interested in symbolic algebra.
But I am new to open source contribution, so could you guide me on some
easy tasks to get started with so that I can get familiar with Khipu source
code before I can implement some other major changes.
I'll try compiling and building the source code today. I'll get back to
you if I need further guidance.
On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 2:53 PM, Shubham Pansari <
pansarishubham2395 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am Shubham. Currently I know C++ and C language, before i start working
> on Khipu other than analitza library what else I have to read and from
> where I should start after studying this library.
> Please guide me.
> Shubham Pansari
> On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 1:41 PM, Percy Camilo Triveño Aucahuasi <
> percy.camilo.ta at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Abhijeet,
>> On 25/01/14 23:55, Abhijeet Nikam wrote:
>>> I am Abhijeet. I went through some KDE applications and I really liked
>>> KmPlot.I wish to start contributing to it. Can I proceed with one of the
>>> minor bugs in the bug list? I know C++ and baiscs of Qt framework.
>>> Can somebody please guide me?
>> Currently we are in the process to replace KmPlot with Khipu:
>> The main idea here is to use a common infrastructure for all kdeedu math
>> applications, you see, now KAlgebra and Khipu are using this library:
>> You can read the analitza documentation here:
>> I think it would be good if you learn analitza first and then define what
>> you want to do:
>> numerical methods?
>> symbolic algebra?
>> improve the math parser?
>> Please, note that some of the features you want to implement can belong
>> to analitza's scope (the common infrastructure) or any math application
>> that uses analitza (Khipu or KAlgebra)
>> Finally, you can read some history about in:
>> Hope you can join us ;)
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