Project for Google Summer of Code 2015

Aleix Pol aleixpol at
Fri Mar 13 14:09:53 UTC 2015

On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 5:45 AM, Souvik Das <souvikdas728 at> 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.
> Thanks,
> Souvik

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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