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Wed, 6 Apr 2011 02:14:53 +0200
On Sun, Apr 03, 2011 at 09:50:12PM -0500, Tyler Earman wrote:
> Unfortunately I've gone into the corporate world so I can't have the
> fun of the GSoC project anymore, but I'm still interested in helping
> out and doing some work on the GNU/Hurd.
> I've not worked on kernels before and I'd like to move into working on
> it while learning the important information that I need to know to do
> so; so would one of you gentlemen (or ladies) be willing to act as a
> mentor for me to start working on the project when I can?
Sure :-) We always welcome volunteers along with the GSoC students.
Please come to the next IRC meeting, so we can discuss details.
I suggest you submit a proposal like for "real" GSoC (just post it to
email@example.com), so we have a starting point.
> What I'd like is someone who can initially point me in the right
> direction for books/information I need to read,
It's usully more efficient to search for specific information as you
need it, while working on a specific task.
- Mentor?, Tyler Earman, 2011/04/04
- Re: Mentor?, Thomas Schwinge, 2011/04/04
- Re: Mentor?,