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Re: Fedora Bounties (seeking ideas)



On Thu, 2006-04-20 at 16:04 +0200, Rudolf Kastl wrote:
> 2006/4/16, Patrick W. Barnes <nman64 n-man com>:
> > 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
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> 
> Another idea would be to get webgcj plugin ready or rather the
> security bits in the free java implementation.
> 
> this would minimize the amount of users installing the binary java
> packages, which dont work on x86_64 anyways (browser plugin wise)
> 
> regards,
> Rudolf Kastl
> 

I second the above.
More-ever, I'd consider putting people behind gnash (or any other open
flash implementation.)

Gilboa


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