GSoC - Making DragonflyBSD multiboot capable
justin at shiningsilence.com
Wed Apr 24 19:37:05 PDT 2013
You are on time. You have until May 3rd to submit a proposal. The
Google Melange site has a calendar with all Summer of Code dates:
It sounds like you are already aware of open source tools and
methodology; I'd advise starting right in on your proposal. Be as
specific as possible. Describe milestones and place them on specific
calendar dates. Plan out what you'll accomplish, and make sure
there's some extra space in the schedule.
On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 2:48 PM, "Pedro J. Ruiz López"
<holzplatten at es.gnu.org> wrote:
> My name is Pedro. I am interested in working on DragonflyBSD as a GSoC
> student and the idea of making it multiboot capable is very interesting to
> I have a BSc in Computer Science and I am studying MSc in Computer
> Engineering at University of Malaga (Spain). I use GNU/Linux systems on a
> daily basis and have used FreeBSD for several years. My main contribution to
> free software community is the GCC backend for PIC18 target CPUs. I carried
> out such project as final BSc thesis. I also have been co-maintaining GNU
> Idutils since 2007. Apart from this, I have professional experience
> developing software in C language and know other languages as Perl and
> Bourne shell scripting language.
> Am I on time for discussing the work to do and preparing my application?
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