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Re: Fedora Bounties (seeking ideas)

On 4/16/06, Patrick W. Barnes <nman64 n-man com> wrote:
> Last year, after Fedora applied to participate in Google's Summer of Code
> 2005, we created the FedoraBounties page on the wiki:
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedoraBounties
> This page features specific ideas for new projects that the Fedora Project
> would like to see completed.  Several of these ideas were selected by
> students for the Summer of Code event.
> Now, Google has just announced the Summer of Code 2006.  Although the Fedora
> Project has not yet applied to participate this year, I suspect we are likely
> to do so.  However, our Fedora Bounties list is now quite short.  We need
> fresh ideas.  If there are any projects that you would like to see, please
> add them to the FedoraBounties page.  These can include ideas that you may
> have had but don't have time to work on, problems that you have encountered
> that need attention, or tools you really wish we had.
> Assuming we do participate in this year's event, we can expect several of the
> project ideas to be selected again, so this is an excellent opportunity to
> suggest long-missed projects.  Students will be able to apply for this year's
> event after May 1st, so there isn't much time to get your ideas listed.
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SummerOfCode
> --
> Patrick "The N-Man" Barnes
> nman64 n-man com

A GUI utility which helps newbies get information that may be useful
in helping them get answers on irc, forums, mailing lists etc, might
be helpful.

Things like the output of:
uname -a
cat /proc/cpuinfo
tail /var/log/messages
du -h
free -h

Or other info such:
current desktop environment
current login manager

As a boy I jumped through Windows, as a man I play with Penguins.

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