salinasv at gmail.com
Sun Mar 25 17:21:44 EDT 2012
On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 11:10 PM, Mihai Maruseac
<mihai.maruseac at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 25, 2012 at 2:39 AM, Eion Robb <eion at robbmob.com> wrote:
>> Why not get your students involved in the GSoC too and show that open source
>> can pay? :)
> Each year after the CDL course ended some of the students applied to
> GSoC (in fact, during the second part of the course, when the
> application period was scheduled).
> The problem is that they need to do some patches for bug fixings and
> features during the CDL course :)
I think the better way to work developing bigger than a single small
patch is to get involved, and submit series of patches as you get them
done so everyone can be in sync with you.
If you have been working on something that get accepted as a SoC I
guess it should be possible to split the work between both of you
(pre-proposal, given we all know what are you doing) or find a scheme
that can work for all.
I don't think thye GSoC must stop people for actually working on
patches outside of the GSoC program.
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