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Re: [libredwg] GSoC: Setting stone rolling

From: gagan
Subject: Re: [libredwg] GSoC: Setting stone rolling
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 23:30:49 +0530

first of all apologies for so late reply. Actually I had exams which
are over now.

@H.S Rai
I have undergone libredwg site throughly. Now understanding libredwg
code working for warm-up.

I haven't started coding yet, was skimming through source code and
understanding it. I will be properly familiar with code related to my
project till 16th.
About Git, I am familiar with git and have knowledge of branching. No
problems regarding git.

I have already submitted one patch. Searching second.
I too agree, we must first push code to seprate branches and should
only merge when comfortable.

Moreover regarding my project I want to know what functions are to be
made. I mean what functions user should get. I had decided a few, I
will be showing an example in a day or two. Please could you list some
which you wish to see for the API, I would be very thankful to you.


On 6/7/13, .Org.Com <address@hidden> wrote:
> Gaganjyot and Avneet
> Congratulation on being selected for GSoC and thank you for
> considering to work with LibreDWG.
> We believe this is going to be great summer for us.
> To be result oriented and to make our efforts (mainly your hard /
> smart work) during this summer (and of course later also) to leave a
> mark, you need to warm up your self.
> Go through LibreDWG site carefully. Read GNU standards.
> Read LibreDWG code. Eat bugs ;-)
> Interact more here and have fun!
> --
> H.S.Rai
> .Org.Com


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