Requesting for a project idea

Ishan Thilina ishan at
Wed Jan 2 22:24:10 PST 2013

*Hi all,

Thanks a lot for the reply. But unfortunately, we were unable to find a
project which consists of enough research work which meets our expectations
and interest areas in DragonFly BSD project idea lists . However, we are
still in the process of finding a project idea for us.  So we will keep in
touch with your project ideas and if we grow an interesting on one of
already existing project ideas in DragonFly BSD or come up with a new
project idea related to DragonFly BSD, we’d definitely contact you back.*
*Thanks a lot for the support!.*
*On behalf of the group, Ishan*

Thank you..!

Ishan's info:
මගේ සටහන්:
Ishan's way:

On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 9:14 AM, Justin Sherrill
<justin at>wrote:

> Samuel's links are exactly what I would have posted.  In addition to that:
> - There's a #dragonflybsd channel on EFNet, where you can talk to
> developers.  There's no guarantee that someone will be there to talk about
> your projects at the time you're there, but it may work out.
> - Based on my experiences with the last few years of Google Summer of
> Code, if you want to take a DragonFly project, make a detailed schedule.
>  The first sign of trouble for a project is when it falls behind schedule,
> and you want to be able to tell when that's happening as soon as possible,
> so that you can correct for it.
> - As part of your schedule, plan for some way of publicly updating people
> on the status of your project.  Explain what it does, what decisions you
> are making, what challenges you face, and so on.  Specifically for
> DragonFly, it means I can link to news about work on the Digest (
> and it keeps a conversation going for
> when you need help, or just the simple encouragement of having other people
> interested in your work.
> - Those last two can apply to any project for any organization, not just
> something with DragonFly.  Plan out what you're going to do, and talk about
> it while you do it.  It makes a huge difference for project success.
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