Let me take this to dev...
Let me reiterate the point I was trying to make. IMO if anybody signs
up to mentor a student project, (s)he should be ready to support this
code after the SoC is finished and the student is gone. Otherwise
we'll end up wasting our effort, and the students will end up with a
feeling that they worked on some kind of a training project.
On Mar 26, 2007, at 5:15 PM, Michael Gentry wrote:
> The biggest thing I'd like to see is a tool like DBEdit for Cayenne:
> On 3/26/07, Andrus Adamchik <andru..bjectstyle.org> wrote:
>> I overlooked the start of the Google Summer of Code program this
>> year, but it is not too late yet for the students and mentors to sign
>> up. See the details here:
>> Interested Students:
>> Summer of Code is a program sponsored by Google that allows students
>> to make money while working on open source projects. Cayenne
>> participated last year - we mentored three projects. Please read the
>> instructions and submit your proposal if you are interested and able
>> to contribute to Cayenne.
>> It is a good idea to introduce and "sell" your proposal on Cayenne
>> dev list, if you want to find a dedicated mentor. I won't speak for
>> other potential mentors, only for myself, but from the last year
>> experience, I will only sign to mentor a proposal that helps us to
>> advance features we are currently working on, such as JPA support. I
>> would really hate to see any more wasted effort and abandoned code.
>> But again, that's me :-)
>> Please feel free to ask questions.
>> Cayenne Committers:
>> If anybody wants to (and thinks he realistically can) mentor a
>> project this year, please sign up asap following the instructions
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