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Re: [soc-dev] GSoC Mentorship Request

Hi Mark.

We'll do mentoring assignments based on the project proposals after we get a chance to review them.

Use the time between now and April 22, to gather the information that you need to put together a compelling proposal.

Feel free to ask questions on this list. Asking good questions (that demonstrate that you've done some background work) is a good way to impress a prospective mentor. We may deflect some technical/implementation questions to a project-specific mailing list or bug.



On 04/14/2013 08:57 AM, Mark Ang wrote:
Hi all,

My name is Mark Ang. I am a student currently enrolled in the National University of Singapore, pursuing a degree in Computer Science (Currently 2nd year).

I am interested in participating in this year's Google Summer of Code, and stumbled across an idea on the Eclipse suggestions site: To add support for
folding (minimizing) code blocks, on top of being able to fold classes/methods on the Eclipse JDTs. According to the website (link) adding support for this
should be relatively easy. Nonetheless, I would like to pursue this goal for GSoC 2013, as it would involve coding an SDK, which I am certain will be very
interesting and enlightening for me.

I would like to ask if anyone would be interested in mentoring me for GSoC. In case my email gets lost somewhere down the line, my email is vignetteoftruth@xxxxxxxxx.

This also happens to be my first time taking part in GSoC, so I am definitely open to suggestions on ideas or whatever.


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Wayne Beaton
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