[seam-dev] Google Summer of Code

Emmanuel Bernard emmanuel at hibernate.org
Mon Apr 14 13:19:07 EDT 2008


But before committing remember that mentoring takes about as much time  
if not more than doing the task yourself.

On  Apr 14, 2008, at 13:06, Dan Allen wrote:
> Guys,
> I am taking a complete swing in the dark because I don't know much
> about GSoC other than what I have read in articles, but is there any
> interest in getting a Seam-based project proposed? I guess what I am
> asking is if there is some task we can pawn off on some poor research
> student? The main reason I am bringing this up is for exposure.
> Besides, especially in the area of seam-gen and reverse engineering, I
> know we can do a heck of a lot better. (and we are all soooo busy).
> I'm only passing on the statement here, but someone high up made the
> comment to me at the ETE conference when I mentioned I was working on
> Seam in Action, "Hasn't Seam sort of lost its steam?" Yes, he is a bit
> out of touch, but still, we have to keep pinging the world to remind
> them we are still here and growing.
> -Dan
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> Dan Allen
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