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Open jobs for finishing GNU libc:

From: Chris Cirullo
Subject: Open jobs for finishing GNU libc:
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2004 09:19:31 -0700 (PDT)

Project managers:
I recently stumbled upon an annotation of open jobs for finishing GNU libc.  At any rate, I am a graduate student in computer science at San Diego State University in my last semester.  I have done lots of advanced c programming in my college classes, and I am interested in improving my skills and becoming more *PROFESSIONAL*.  I would like to get my feet wet on one of these projects, so I searched through them to find something I thought I can handle.  The projects I thought I was a good candidate for were the following:

Annotation of libc/PROJECTS, Revision 1.42

[11] Write access function for netmasks, bootparams, and automount  databases for   nss_files and nss_db module.
           The functions should be embedded in the nss scheme.  This is not
             hard and not all services must be supported at once.
  [15] Cleaning up the header files.  Ideally, each header style should
          follow the "good examples".  Each variable and function should have
          a short description of  ;the function and its parameters.  The prototypes
          should always contain variable names which can help to identify their
          meaning; better than
          int foo (int, int, int, int);


I have about 5 -10 hours per week available to work on this.  If you want me to work on these or some other interesting project respond to this e-mail and let me know how to get started.


Thank you,


Chris Cirullo

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