Any projects for newbies..please help..
salinasv at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 14:21:25 EST 2013
On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 1:46 AM, Naveen Narayanan <
princeofdarkness4444 at gmail.com> wrote:
> i am naveen. i am newbie in this field of development. I have
> studied C programming and would really love to help. I was wandering around
> to know if there were any projects in C where newbies like me could help. I
> know that everyone out there is working hard on projects in a more
> professional way. I too want to be a full time developer and hacker like
> most of you. I mean that is my ambition. I don't know how to start
> development even though i have googled about it and learned about the
> mailing lists, bug reports, trackers, repositories and stuff. I love to
> work in an environment like open software as everything is available
> without any copyright issues. I request you to write to me regarding
> projects for beginners and how to enter in this world kind off information.
> I would sincerely do anything to survive here. I hope you guys understand
We don't have particular projects that we can assign to you or anyone. The
best way to get into the open source is downloading the code and compile
it, find a bug that bothers you try to fix it and send a patch. Then repeat
adding "look on the bug tracker for bugs" in the loop. =P
You can always join #pidgin to ask questions or send them here and you will
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