Ideas for new students?
svenbrauch at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 5 20:43:35 UTC 2011
For the case someone is interested in this: There's quite a few python
C libs (numpy comes to mind, for example) for which someone could
create something like php's internal functions file; that's quite easy
(probably done in less than a day or so even for inexperienced
Just in case you're in need of easy, yet useful things to do. Another
advantage is that you could do that in any language.
2011/7/5 Valentyn Pavliuchenko <valentyn.pavliuchenko at gmail.com>:
> Few little thoughts about features from a non-developer:
> 1. qmake plugin (to make migration from Qt Creator easier - it's a main
> KDevelop competitor)
> 2. adding tabs to documentation view (to allow having few documentations
> 3. adding tabs to code browser (to allow saving multiple "find uses"
> Best regards,
> Valentyn Pavliuchenko
> 2011/7/5 Milian Wolff <mail at milianw.de>
>> Hey all,
>> I was approached by Oliver Sander, whom I've already met at my university
>> before. He's a nice guy and has deep interest in FOSS in general and KDE
>> special (he has submitted a few patches to Kate).
>> Anyhow, he wants to organize a seminar similar to what Kevin did last year
>> France. I.e. groups of a couple of students work on FOSS projects and
>> The question is: Do we (as in KDevelop) have some nice projects for them?
>> will have roughly half a year of time, and a couple of hours a week. Note
>> though that most of them won't know any C++/Qt beforehand. Sadly my
>> prefers to teach them Java and Haskell :)
>> Do we sill have the list of projects we proposed to Kevin's french
>> last year? There are probably items left in that list.
>> Milian Wolff
>> mail at milianw.de
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