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Clean up Mach Google Summer Of Code

From: Joshua Branson
Subject: Clean up Mach Google Summer Of Code
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2013 22:49:22 -0400
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    My name's Josh Branson. I'm a junior at Purdue, and I would like to apply to do a Google Summer of Code for this summer. I'd like to do the project titled
"GNU mach code clean up". I'm still learning about Mach and I need to learn much more before this summer. I've attached a preliminary application, but I do not have a schedule for this potential summer project yet. I'm still not sure all of what this project entails. Should I be focused only on fixing compiler warnings, unneeded variables, removing or modify strange code? What else am I fixing? I have built the Debian GNU mach source code following this guide: http://www.gnu.org/software/hurd/microkernel/mach/gnumach/building.html. I also stored the errors from compilation in a separate file. There are numerous errors I could start to fix, but I do not want to dive in with no sense of direction. Any ideas where or how I can start cleaning of GNU mach? Or perhaps I should ask, where I should look to find an answer.



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