[squeak-dev] Re: [Seaside] re: [vwnc] More news about GSoC!!! Some Idea

Julian Fitzell jfitzell at gmail.com
Tue Mar 9 08:34:21 UTC 2010

Yes. Administrative tools for Seaside would be an excellent project.


On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 8:50 AM, Maarten MOSTERT
<maarten.mostert at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> Mariano,
> This is a very good initiative !
> I don't think what other peoples opinion is about this, but personnally I would appreciate if the base of Seaside
> had some integrated statistics tools, registration of certain actions, info aout sessions etc.
> Just an idea..
> @+Maarten,
>> Message du 09/03/10 01:13
>> De : "Mariano Martinez Peck"
>> A : "Pharo Development"
> , "The general-purpose Squeak developers list"
> , "ESUG Members" , "Seaside - general discussion"
> , "AIDA/Web general discussion list" , help-smalltalk at gnu.org,
> vwnc at cs.uiuc.edu, beta at seaside.gemstone.com
>> Copie à :
>> Objet : [vwnc] More news about GSoC!!!
>> Hi folks. We have been working hard with Janko and we built a website for
>> the GSoC 2010 and for future editions!
>> The URL is http://gsoc2010.esug.org/
>> In 4 days, is the deadline to submit ESUG as mentoring organization. For
>> that purpose, there are several questions that we need to answer, as you can
>> read here:
>> http://socghop.appspot.com/document/show/gsoc_program/google/gsoc2010/faqs#org_app
>> This is the most important step. If we get selected, then we have project,
>> and we will have to vote which projects to select and finally select
>> students...but all that is ONLY if we are selected as mentoring
>> organization. Last year Squeak wasn't so this year will be hard. We really
>> appreciate any feedback you can give us so that we can achieve this goal.
>> Basically we should demonstrate that we have a big community, with several
>> interesting projects and with mentors and students that are willing to do
>> it.
>> Our first version of those answer are here:
>> http://gsoc2010.esug.org/application.html
>> Please, send feedback.
>> The ideas page is necessary. For this, it would be cool to have several
>> projects. With this we can show that the community is big. Of course, we
>> cannot put projects that has no sense. But don't be shy to submit. We are
>> ALL smalltalk dialects and even Newspeak. Right now there are 13 projects
>> but I think there can be much more. In squeak 2007 there were like 20, and
>> now we are all dialects together. Note that a project doesn't need to be
>> cross dialect. You can propose a project that apply only to one dialect.
>> I cannot take the time to write each proposal...so, if you have a project,
>> right the title, description, technical details, benefits to the student and
>> benefits to the community. Otherwise will be probably ignored.
>> It would be cool to have all mentors already selected for the 12th so that
>> we can demonstrate that we are really willing to do it and that we already
>> have mentors for all projects. Even more, it would be fantastic if there can
>> be mentors or co-mentors.
>> As you can see in the ideas link, there are ideas that are not even
>> complete. No text. Again...if someone want to do it, excellent. Otherwise,
>> they will have to be removed.
>> Now...a personal question...do you think we have enough students to take
>> care about the projects? what is your opinion ?
>> That's all for the moment...please, if you have questions, just ASK!!!
>> 4 days.....
>> Cheers
>> Mariano
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