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Re: GSoC 2016 - GNU website listing

From: Mike Solomon
Subject: Re: GSoC 2016 - GNU website listing
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2016 22:23:28 +0200

Late to the party - I unfortunately cannot do mentoring this summer. However, 
all of the issues on the current website are still valid and I'd love to see 
someone work on them!
All the best,~Mike

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Urs Liska <address@hidden> Date: 27/01/2016  10:12 PM  (GMT+02:00) To: 
address@hidden Subject: Re: GSoC 2016 - GNU website listing 

Am 27.01.2016 um 21:02 schrieb Paul Morris:
> So students can find us as one of the GNU projects, we should get LilyPond 
> listed on the GNU GSoC suggestions page.  Here’s the one for last summer:  
> Seems we should just have a listing like those that point to external 
> webpages, like this:
> LilyPond maintains their list of ideas for GSOC in an external webpage: 
> <>
> Possibly we could add a description like this (from the 2012 GNU GSoC page):
> LilyPond is a music engraving program, devoted to producing the 
> highest-quality sheet music possible. It is somewhat similar to TeX — the 
> user describes the music using a high level description input, which is 
> processed with LilyPond to produce a pdf file. Languages used: mostly C++, 
> Scheme and Python.  
> -Paul

So how would one have to proceed here? Who is responsible for compiling
that page for 2016? And who from us should best approach that person/team?


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