esteve at sindominio.net
Thu Feb 12 16:32:24 EST 2009
the GSoC FAQ was recently published  and I wondered if Twisted could be a
mentoring organization for the next installment of the GSoC program.
I think it's a good opportunity to bring new developers to Twisted by having a
mentor. I was a GSoC student last year and it was pretty fun.
I'd offer my help to mentor a student, but I think I couldn't become an
official mentor (though I'd like to be one) as I'm not a Twisted developer.
In any case, I could bring my experience as an ex-student :-)
Anyway, some areas a student could give a helping hand are:
- porting some Twisted.web2 feature(s) to Twisted.web
- improving support for Twisted in Jython or IronPython
- porting Amp to Java, C++, etc.
- adding or improving support for Twisted in an external library (e.g. Thrift,
Amazon services, Storm, Protocol Buffers, etc.)
What do you think?
1 - http://code.google.com/opensource/gsoc/2009/faqs.html
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