Project for Google Summer of Code 2015
aleixpol at kde.org
Fri Mar 13 14:09:53 UTC 2015
On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 5:45 AM, Souvik Das <souvikdas728 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> KDE Edu applications are interesting and vary from small games to complex
> mathematical software and I would like to introduce a new project based on
> the card game 29.
> The initial game design is supposed to support one user, and the other three
> players game being simulated. Maybe later we can add an option for
> two-player so that two users can partner up and play against the CPU.
> I am experienced in C++ and I would be comfortable to code in it. For a nice
> UI design I would choose QML. I have worked with C++ and QML before to and
> contributed to Kanagram, another KDE Edu application to make the game have a
> 2-player mode.
> I had mailed my idea in KDE Games list but actually I got no answer back. I
> am ready to work full time for the project to go live by the end of summer.
> It goes without saying I would continue to work on it after my GSoC period
> is over, to make the game better.
> I would like to be given a chance to work on this Project for this year's
> Google Summer of Code. Looking forward to hear from you people.
Projects from scratch don't work well on GSoC. They always get
unmaintained and the result is never optimal for distribution.
Please consider contributing to an already established code-base.
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