Based on your requirements, I would say that this probably would meet the
criteria for #1, "a solution either to an advanced engineering problem at
the time of writing a thesis" - It is a fairly complicated task, but
certainly achievable. George will be your primary point of contact for the
next 2 weeks. (I am on vacation at the moment.)
We have a "starter project" for IntelliJ integration here:
To get started, I would first look at these guides:
This should give you an overview of the forge design and architecture. And
an example of our Eclipse integration, to which your IntelliJ integration
will likely be similar.
Also please join the #forge channel on irc.freenode.net
chat. This is where
we have most discussions during the day (monday-friday, and sometimes on
weekends). But it is of course always a good idea to email forge-dev if
nobody is around on IRC. Forge-dev is also good for discussing topics that
are more complicated, and more people might want to join in :)
Cheers! Talk to you soon,
PS. How did you find out about our project?
On Sat, Nov 23, 2013 at 12:31 PM, Lukman Oladimeji Adekunle
Hi all ,
My name is Lukman Adekunle, I am an Msc student from the University of
Tartu. I am hoping to take on the topic
"Support Forge 2.0 in IntelliJ Idea and/or NetBeans" . The Criteria for a
masters thesis topic in my school are the following:
– a solution either to an advanced engineering problem at the time of
writing a thesis
– or an answer to a novel research question
-Should demonstrate your professional qualities and mastery in the field .
is this a good topic ?
if yes what are things needed to get me started ?
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