[Mono-dev] GSoC 2011.
stifu at free.fr
Fri Mar 4 06:12:22 EST 2011
"Is development in Windows possible for Mono?"
Yes. Can be more or less annoying, though, depending on what you work on.
You'll need git (a challenge in itself, if you're not familiar with it), and
you might need cygwin...
As for what to look into, this all depends on you. What would you like to
focus on? A certain API?
Find what you want to work on, then check out the sources.
Also, I believe the Mono team proposes certain subjects each year, so if
you're out of ideas, you could wait for them to bring up ideas.
Sukhitha Jayathilake wrote:
> I'm currently getting ready to apply as a student for GSoC 2011 and
> particularly found an interest in your organization. First of all I'd like
> to know if the MonoProject is going to participate for GSoC, this time
> I've done some open source development work with another project. But I'm
> interested in expanding that contribution in hopes of gathering more
> experience. Also I'm currently in the process of covering the C# language.
> C# is not entirely new to me because I'm reasonably familiar with C, C++
> Java and I find adapting to C# is not that difficult because of my
> familiarities with other Object Oriented languages.So principally I hope
> that contributing to this project will help me to put to use what I'm
> currently covering to a great extent.
> I'm familiar with C, C++, Java and a little bit of python. also I'm more
> comfortable developing in the Windows platform. Is development in Windows
> possible for Mono?
> And what can I do to get more familiar with the Monoproject? What facets
> should I look into? How should I prepare?
> And what are the other prerequisite skills that I'd have to prepare if I
> to develop for Mono?
> Sukhitha Jayathilake,
> Computer Science and Engineering,
> University of Moratuwa,
> Sri lanka.
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