[wp-hackers] SoC 2011 project idea
Dion Hulse (dd32)
wordpress at dd32.id.au
Sun Feb 6 04:19:41 UTC 2011
As a general comment to all potential applicants: The ideas presented on
the wiki are just that, ideas. If there is something in WordPress which
you feel you can enhance, or a functionality which could be added, which
is of significant size that it'd be ideal for a project, -Do not hesitate
to write a proposal on it- All decent proposals from people who appear to
be good candidates will be looked at closely, and if they can make a
compelling case, there -will- be someone who will mentor the project.
But remember, SoC 2011 has just been announced, WordPress has not even
submitted an application yet. Little thought has been put into potential
projects by developers yet (All focus is on 3.1).
Please also look at last years projects as well as the ideas page, a
number of them (including Move WordPress) were attempted.
On Sun, 06 Feb 2011 15:14:37 +1100, Gaurav Aggarwal
<gaurav91.2008 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Even i in interested in applying this year. I have searched through
> ideas for last year and the "Move wordpress" really interests me.I would
> like to know about the progress of this idea , whether any plugin exists
> not ??
> On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 6:45 AM, Aaron D. Campbell <aaron at xavisys.com>
>> Yes, WordPress is applying to GSoC again this year. As for interest in
>> task, I would recommend trying to *build* interest by pointing out what
>> benefits will be, where we are currently lacking in this area, etc.
>> it all up here for now and let people help you flesh out your proposal
>> (which you will turn in once WordPress is accepted to GSoC and we start
>> taking student applications).
>> On 2/5/2011 4:32 PM, alexandra tsagri wrote:
>>> Hello Folks,
>>> I have been looking at the past year's project ideas and I am
>>> in taking the idea of developing an accesible administration
>>> would like to know if wordpress applies to SoC this year and if there
>>> still interest in this project idea.
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