Hi Ted, answers inline.
On February 21, 2014 at 2:02:34 PM, TedGoddard (ted.goddard(a)icesoft.com) wrote:
> Hi Matthias,
It has been a while, it's good to talk with you again.
ICEsoft is interested in building a first-class integration
and BridgeIt -- AeroGear provides storage and security features
provides web-based device features (without the App Store aspect
Cordova). Even the push technologies are complementary and
I can be wrong, but that would be a great opportunity to your company submit ideas for
GSoC, but I can’t see how students would get familiarized with AeroGear. Is a great idea,
but would be nice to not mix things up.
combined (but that looks like a much larger project, so could
I agree, the GSoC project needs to run it's own course -- but those
topics, so it would be interesting to also try a BridgeIt integration
any device features that were needed. If those projects didn't
before, ICEsoft could start them off as new AeroGear/BridgeIt
If the company is interested on such kind of integration, we are here to help, but again
it doesn’t seem to be the focus of GSoC. I would rather to have students learning with
Matthias about how the push technology works, writing Cordova plugins, playing with
(Mobile collaboration seems fairly important, as of yesterday
apparently worth $19B.)
Yeah, mobile market has a ton of money for crappy apps like Whatsapp which doesn't
care about privacy. But the most valuable thing about GSoC is not money, but the knowledge
gained from such amazing experience.