Re: Gsoc idea
- From: Christophe Fergeau <cfergeau gmail com>
- To: Tomislav Mladenov <tomemozok gmail com>
- Cc: gnome-soc-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Gsoc idea
- Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2012 13:47:42 +0200
Thanks for sending your proposal for feedback. After reading it, what
you are proposing sounds like "use bittorrent to distribute gnome",
for which we already have the needed tools, and it's not perfectly
clear what you are planning to build on top of that. I'd recommend
that you make the proposal a bit more structured, like:
* here is my goal
* here is what exists
* here is what I want to build on top of this (or what I want to
change in the existing frameworks)
* here is why this would be a big benefit to gnome users
I think all of this is mostly present in your proposal, but I have
troubles figuring out what you want to develop exactly. This in turn
would make it much easier to get feedback on your idea and/or find a
Le 21 mars 2012 22:28, Tomislav Mladenov <tomemozok gmail com> a écrit :
> Hello everyone.
> I am a freshman student on the computers and electronics technologies
> faculty in Skopje,Macedonia,and i don't have much experiance with
> open-source projects(or projects in general).
> But i love programming and i am starting to love free software.
> I have an idea i think gnome can benefit from.
> I would like to make a feature in gnome that will enable the user to share
> the linux of his choice install files with others with the latest version of
> gnome ready to go (via p2p connections),but only in his choosing,and let him
> enable to control the bandwidth with witch he is uploading.There would be a
> torrent file for each linux for downloading from the main page.I think this
> a)reduce costs for maintaining servers for downloading gnome(if there are
> b)make 1 general torrent file for all the linux distributions with gnome
> ready to go,instead of downloading them separately,and from other sharing
> c)Faster downloading speeds;
> c)make everyone aware that sharing is caring :D;
> Any mentor willing to mentor me doing this,it would be nice.
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