[jdev] GSoc Application

bear bear42 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 5 02:37:45 CDT 2010

On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 02:45, shruthy r <shruthyramachandiran at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,

Hello :)

> I'm a third year electrical engineering student at National University of
> Singapore looking forward to participate in Google summer of code 2010. I
> noticed that XSF was accepted as a mentoring organization. After looking at
> the project ideas, I have decided to apply for the project on Psi . I am
> particularly interested on the project on message archiving.
> I have gone through the source code given. I have a few ideas for improving
> Psi's message archiving UI. I would like to know what is expected out of a
> typical applicant.  Kindly help out,

Firstly - thanks for thinking about applying :)

Basically you need to review the list of projects and find one that
fits what you want to do.  I would first start talking to the
organization that the project involves, in your case Psi, and get a
feel for what would be involved with the project.  You have some time
before the deadline so you can use that to get a feel for the group
and the project.

Then start working on your proposal - this can be done by editing the
wiki to get the details down and then you can prepare your

The hardest part is the part you've already started - introducing
yourself and starting the conversation.  It's a holiday weekend so it
may be an evening or two before the Psi team pipes up.

Thanks again,

> Thanks a lot,
> Shruthy.
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