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Re: Summer of Code Java?

From: dmp <danap(at)ttc-cmc(dot)net>
To: pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org, Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com>
Subject: Re: Summer of Code Java?
Date: 2008-02-29 20:33:34
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Hello Josh,
Though the open source project MyJSQLView now as the basic interface
in place for postgreSQL, improvements could be made. If this project falls
into the area of interest with the Java Summary of Code guidelines then 
I could
provide mentoring. There are many areas of the project's development 
that will
occur in Phase III which are more involved with data analysis rather 
than the
PostgreSQL JDBC. These are definite areas that the team would welcome
help/mentoring. Since the project is already set up at Sourceforge it 
would be
very easy to get students involved and coding.

Dana Proctor
MyJSQLView Project Manager

> JDBC & PL/java hackers, Wouldn't this be a good summer to attract a 
> Summer of Code student to work on JDBC4, or PL/Java? Can any of you be 
> a good mentor? ======================= Over the last 2 years, Google 
> Summer of Code has been responsible for several new features of 
> PostgreSQL: XML, ghost XID, phpPgAdmin upgrade, and more, as well as 
> some new long-term contributors to the project.  We want to have an 
> equally good summer this year. So: we need PostgreSQL contributors to 
> volunteer as mentors.  As well as the core code, *any* project in the 
> PostgreSQL "family" is eligible, including drivers, GUIs, 
> documentation, replication, applications and tools. Don't be shy! 
>  Pass this along to sub-projects of PostgreSQL which might be 
> eligible. Mentors must be patient, friendly, easy to stay in touch 
> with, knowledgeable about their project areas, and able to commit to 
> spending several hours a week helping their student(s) from May to 
> August. GSOC is an unparalled opportunity for our project to recruit 
> new contributors, and get students interested in databases.  We have 
> less than week to get everything together.  So please respond soon!
> -- Josh Berkus PostgreSQL @ Sun San Francisco

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