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Re: [soc-dev] Google Summer Of Code 2013

Hi Lavinia.

Relative priority is difficult to set. The projects on our ideas page are not listed in any particular order. They are posted by separate projects and each project has its own way of setting priorities.

So don't focus on that.

Instead, focus on finding a project that is interesting to you that you think you can reasonably accomplish over the GSoC term. Once we have real student proposals in our system, we'll evaluate and rank them based on their merits.

If you have questions about an idea, ask it here (or on the alternate channel suggested on the idea).

Feel free to consider your own ways for contributing to Eclipse. There is also a link to a large number of "helpwanted" bugs that are good candidates for project proposals.



On 04/11/2013 02:37 PM, lavinia bobonete wrote:

My name is Lavinia Bobonete and I am now pursuing a Master degree in Computer Science, at Politehnica University of Bucharest.

I'm using Eclipse since my first Java program, but I never really thought I could get involved. Now, I hope to have the opportunity of being involved. 

I have a couple of years experience with Java, both SE and EE, so there shouldn't be any programming barriers. 

I've looked over your proposed projects and there is more than one project that catches my attention: Workspace-Local Code Search, Usage Data Collection for Code Completion and Beyond and Folding for Java Code Blocks. These all correspond to my area of interest. But I have a question: is/are there any project/projects with a higher priority in the development of Eclipse? And secondly: how can I start getting involved?

I'm looking forward to hearing from you and being a valuable part of the community,
Lavinia Bobonete

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