Re: [GNOME-India] GNOME Performance bits at foss.in/2008
- From: "Arun Raghavan" <arunisgod gmail com>
- To: "Advocacy, chit-chat and event planning in India" <gnome-in-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [GNOME-India] GNOME Performance bits at foss.in/2008
- Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2008 22:52:03 +0530
On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 7:16 PM, Arun Chaganty <arunchaganty gmail com> wrote:
>> First off, let's have a catchy name :-D
> Mutilating the Mean Memory Monster from Microsoft... (maybe mot. I
> shouldn't come up with names anymore)
>> And of course there's Arun Chagatny to con into doing this stuff
>> (right vimzard? ;p ).
> Wow, my con-ability is famous...
> I'd love to help in any way. If it requires physical presence, I have
> some issues because my college's end sems are during foss.in (:-( ).
Doesn't require physical presence (though it wouldn't hurt). What it
does require is actual legwork. Basically, there's some effort that's
already begun towards this. We just need some effort to take the ball
and run. Links below. I will pitch in as much as I can between all
this other stuff, as well. Besides, this might make a good starting
point at the FOSS conference at IITM.
http://live.gnome.org/GnomePerformance (broad groundwork done towards
overall GNOME performance improvements)
http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=123646 (want to make Pango faster?)
It should be fairly simple for someone to pick up one particular part
to fix, and get started. If there are roadblocks, comments, etc., just
post them here, and we can start discussion.
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