[jdev] My proposal: Jingle File Transfer and XTLS support for gajim

Zhenchao Li cockneykevin at gmail.com
Thu Apr 1 11:58:27 CDT 2010

Hi, Kevin
    This proposed timeline is planned as a sort of "worst case" schedule.
i.e. How much time do I spend on each feature if I use up all 11 weeks. It
roughly shows how I think about the difficulty level of each feature. As an
example, the first week is used to find incompatibility between gajim's
implementation and the current standard. But most of the documents revisions
are clarifications, so this phase should take less than 1 week. The extra
time will be automatically redistributed to other tougher parts such as
    I will devote the last week to further improve documentation and write
    And I have added to my proposal a brief introduction to my academic

    Thank you for your advice!

On 1 April 2010 23:34, Kevin Smith <kevin at kismith.co.uk> wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Zhenchao Li <cockneykevin at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Hi, I've just submitted my proposal: Jingle File Transfer and XTLS
> support
> > for gajim. Would anyone please review it? I'd like to hear your comments
> on
> > it. And I will explain anything that I did not state clearly in my
> proposal.
> > I hope you can help me make it a solid proposal. Thanks!
> Hi, I've read your proposal, and I think you've covered a lot of the
> important bases (this is a good application). I have two comments at
> the moment.
> "There is one more week till the 'strict pencil down' data, hopefully
> I won't need that."
> Whenever a plan involves 'hopefully', you're dooming it :)
> (By which I mean: I think the plan needs more consideration for
> contingency.)
> Also: I'd like to hear a little about you academically in the application.
> /K
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