> I would love for this to happen too. Whom should I contact to get us into
> On Thursday, March 22, 2012, Fred Kiefer <fredkiefer@...> wrote:
>> This was the only reply I did get on my mail and as great it would be if
> Ivan could work as a GSoC student for us, it doesn't help the problem that
> we first need to apply. The GNU project has in the meantime been accepted.
> Somebody still needs to get in contact and we need mentors. I am willing to
> act as a co-mentor., I would like to be a full mentor, but don't know
> whether I have enough time for that role during summer.
>> If this mail raises again that little interest we should probably forget
> about GSoC for this year.
>> On 29.02.2012 20:58, Ivan Vučica wrote:
>>> Did anyone get into contact?
>>> I'll talk a bit with people at my workplaces to see if I can make some
>>> time to participate in GSoC regarding UIKit. I expect there should be
>>> enough time to get the basics (UIWindow, UIButton, UIScrollView,
>>> UITableView) to work. I'll think about participating in GSoC instead of
>>> just contributing over the next few days, and I'll keep you posted.
>>> In any case, if someone has written GSoC proposals during previous years,
>>> something like UIKit or finishing the work on CoreData might warrant
>>> stand-alone participation, too. Maybe even implementing "ubiquity"
>>> APIs using something like Dropbox?
>>> On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 19:14, Fred Kiefer<fredkiefer@...> wrote:
>>>> The application phase for mentoring organisations has started and will
>>>> last until the 9th of March. I would suggest that we again apply under
>>>> the GNU umbrella project. Could somebody please get in contact with the
>>>> project, to make sure they are aware of this?
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