And if it wasn't clear, please feel free to email the list at any time with
questions. We will all do our best to help you with anything you need :)
I'll follow up again soon.
On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 10:52 PM, Lincoln Baxter, III <
And because I forgot the links:
3. Write a
4. Decide :)
On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 10:50 PM, Lincoln Baxter, III <
> Hi Vlad!
> Welcome, and thank you for taking interest in our project!
> We are excited to participate in Google Summer of Code 2012, and it's our
> pleasure to be able to present you with interesting experiences!
> Regarding getting started - the first thing I would do is try out
> (install) Forge, play around with the interface to get a feel for how
> things work, possibly work through the basic getting started tutorial.
> Next, I would try to write a simple Forge Plugin, then you can decide
> which you are more interested in, RHQ, or Git "Undo". Personally I love
> idea of the second, and it would be a huge technical accomplishment!
> Bragging rights for sure.
> Welcome to the Forge GSoC!
> ~Lincoln (and the Forge community!)
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 2:37 PM, Vlad Bogolin <vladbogolin(a)gmail.com>wrote:
>> I am Vlad Bogolin, a 2nd year student at Polytechnic University of
>> Bucharest, Computer Science Department. I would like to participate at GSoC
>> 2012 this being my first attempt at GSoC.
>> I would be interested to create a Java application for JBoss. After
>> looking on the idea page I think the most suitable applications for me
>> would be to Implement a Forge plugin to create RHQ plugins or Implement a
>> Plugin to add "Undo" functionality to Forge.
>> I can say that I am quite familiar with Java. I have developed some
>> small projects and now I am developing a team project based on the Ants
>> game from AIChallange for school purpose. As it comes to Git I am also
>> familiar with it but I mostly used EGit
>> I would really appreciate if I could be pointed to some resources or
>> some small tasks in order to make a proper idea about these projects and to
>> give it a try.
>> Thank you,
>> Vlad Bogolin
>> forge-dev mailing list
> Lincoln Baxter, III
> "Simpler is better."
Lincoln Baxter, III
"Simpler is better."