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Debian/GCJ was Re: Google Summer of Code
- Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 11:17:21 -0600
- From: rjh542 at mail.usask.ca (Ryan J Harrison)
- Subject: Debian/GCJ was Re: Google Summer of Code
For the Debian project is that a relevant project to be working on this
summer, since there is a mention in the description that there is no
Debian machine to keep on doing new package releases in the future? or
is it a situation where since there is no Debian packages there is no
need for a Debian machine and once someone starts working on it, there
are plans to set one up?
For the Java port, what type of skill set/experience would be expected
for a student coming into working on this to be able to reasonably
complete it this summer?
Joel Sherrill wrote:
> Ralf.. can you speak up on the Debian packages?
> Tom.. I spoke with you a couple of weeks ago and added your comments
> to the RTEMS Open Projects Wiki. Any thoughts?
> Ryan J Harrison wrote:
>> Who would be the appropriate person(s) to contact to get more
>> information about the Google Summer of Code projects for RTEMS?
>> Specifically the "RTEMS Tool Support on Debian" and "GNU Java"
> Start asking on this list. So far I am answering most of the
> questions but others will speak up.
> I have email with details on the steps in the gcj project and
> I have cut and pasted that to the Wiki open project page.
>> -Ryan Harrison
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>> rtems-users at rtems.com