[wp-hackers] WordPress accepted into Google Summer of Code 2008

Dan Larkin nitephire at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 22:03:11 GMT 2008

Yep, Lloyd, that definitely helps.  I may go against your non-recommendation
though and submit three.  I'm fairly interested in both the forum
import/export standard and the batch attribute editing ideas listed on the
site, and I also have my own little pet project that may or may not have any
chance of acceptance.  I brought up the idea on this list a while ago of
some comprehensive documentation with an emphasis on code flow and it was
met with a lot of skepticism, but I figure I'll just throw it out there
again when the time comes.  I realize the discussions before left the
subject pretty muddled, so dont' worry - I'll make sure I make myself very
clear in my application.

:: Dan Larkin

On 3/17/08, Lloyd Budd <lloydomattic at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 2:35 PM, Dan Larkin <nitephire at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm looking forward to applying as a student.  I just thought I'd
> >  double-check - it is allowed/recommended to submit applications for
> multiple
> >  ideas, right?  Within reason of course.  I'm not about to submit an
> >  application for every idea listed on the ideas page, but I just make
> sure we
> >  don't have to limit ourselves to one and hope like hell we get it...
> Hi Dan,
> Don't limit yourself to what is on that page. By sharing your ideas
> here and on your blog, and participating in WordPress now, you will
> have a stronger application.
> I won't recommend submitting more than two applications.
> Hope that helps,
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