Please excuse my delay in replying. I found a mentor with OTI and started
a project right after contacting this list, and as time was running short,
I was wracking my brain on crunch time until the deadline. Then after my
application was properly submitted, I thought I might try some of this
strange thing called "sleep" that I keep hearing so much about. :P
C-Mike: Aha, so you're the culprit! ;) Thanks for the fix.
Greetings, Stefan, thank you for your help! Now that I'm not in a mad
rush, I'd still like to see what I can do with svn-help. I'm partway
through a C programming class, and this seems like a great way to get my
feet wet. It's likely going to be a few days before I can take a good look
at it, though, because the deadline forced me to turn in my OTI project in
a mostly-complete state, and it seems a shame not to wrap up the loose ends
and finish it after all that hard work to get it this far. Many thanks for
your kind offer of C help in case I get stuck. Hopefully I won't need it,
but it's nice to know where to turn if I'm floundering and Google is not
being my friend. I'll ping you in the next few days after I see what's
P.S. - Speaking of the aforementioned mad rush, and reading through the
previous emails again, it occurs to me that my cell number is probably
posted in the public archives now. Eek. Any way to edit that out? TIA.
On Sat, Dec 1, 2012 at 3:11 PM, Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 08:01:51PM -0800, Lisa L wrote:
> > Thanks, Greg. That'll give me something to get familiarized with until a
> > mentoring-type person is available. :-)
> Hi, the mentoring-type person would be me :)
> I'm happy to hear you're interested in improving 'svn help'.
> I put together the project ideas list in a hurry to get something
> up on the website ASAP, since the application deadline is rather close.
> So I may have missed some potentially projects suitable for OPW.
> If you find that improving 'svn help' is not a suitable project
> for you we can try to find something else if you prefer.
> Most coding tasks in Subversion require knowledge of the C programming
> language. I've tried to come up with project ideas that don't require
> intimate knowledge of C in case an OPW applicant doesn't already know C.
> Neither the bindings and 'svn help' project ideas strictly require C skills
> and I'm happy to help out wherever C skills are necessary.
> I hope you'll find an interesting project to work on.
> If you have any questions just ask me. Note that as a project we
> prefer to keep any communication which doesn't involve sensitive
> or private matters on this list, which is publicly archived, so
> that everyone involved can stay on top of what's going on.
> I'm 'stsp' in #svn-dev on freenode, BTW. I'll try to be reachable
> for you there as well, as far as my current schedule permits.
Received on 2012-12-05 20:48:48 CET