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Re: GSoC07 introduction

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2007-04-13 01:41:58 CEST

Charles Acknin wrote:
> Hello everybody!


> I'm glad to see my GSoC proposal got accepted today. In case some of
> you are too lazy to browse code.google.com/soc or missed it, I'll be
> running the "augmented diff" project mentored by Malcolm.
> Officially GSoC kickoff will happen on May 28. But as mentioned in my
> proposal schedule, from now on I'll try to get involved as much as
> possible with Subversion's community, that is dev@ mailing list, #svn
> and #svn-dev. Codebase is close to become my best friend along with
> svnbook, design doc, hacker's guide and notes/. BTW, how reliable is
> the design document today (r3377 is pretty dusty..) ? Also, is there
> a big picture of Subversion and/or svn as suggested in
> notes/assurance.txt?

The design document is dusty in the extreme, although the overall
architecture is still valid. Some of the notes/ are still up-to-date,
others aren't ... I don't think anyone has a clear idea of the state of
those files in their head.

("Fix Subversion's internal documentation" could be another SoC project,

> I guess I'll come back soon for further information : )
> Thanks to people supporting this proposal!
> Charles
> ps: just for information I'm living by CEST time, i.e. UTC+2 : )

Oh, that's right down the road from here. :)

-- Brane

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