Re: [soc-dev] Open and transparent
You mean we should discuss our project proposal here besides special sub-project(such as Code Recommenders) mail list, right ?
I have just finished the draft version of my GSoC's project proposal - Merge SnipMatch into Eclipse Code Recommeners. As there are several pictures in it, it is not very convenient to post the whole article in mail list, you guys can get the details here.
Abstract of my proposal:
Eclipse Code Recommenders is a tool which can make IDEs intelligent, it help developers to reduce development costs. It supplies intelligent code completion, extended javadocs, smart bug detectors, stacktrace search engines and others.
Now, we want to add code snippets autocompletion for Code Recommenders project. SnipMatch is a code snippet search tool for Eclipse, you can find video demo, guide and document in its index page http://snipmatch.com/
. This GSoC project aims to improve and merge SnipMatch? into Code Recommenders project.
My GSoC mentor will be Doug Wightman and Marcel Bruch.
If you guys have any ideas about how to improve this tool, please let us know. Thank you :-)
2012/3/20 Wayne Beaton <wayne@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Students and mentors, please keep in mind that we are an
organization that prides itself on open and transparent
communication. If you have projects that you need to discuss, I
strongly encourage you to hold those discussions in a public forum.
Preferably this mailing list, where everybody will have the
opportunity to understand what work is being proposed.
Remember that it is the group of mentors who must collectively
decide which student proposals we want to accept and in what order.
Mentors can only vote in favour of those proposals that they
Students, it is your job to make us want to accept your proposal.
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Best Regards From Cheng Chen [chengchendoc@xxxxxxxxx