On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 5:38 PM, C. Titus Brown email@example.com wrote:
this year we have 10-12 GSoC applications that I've put in the "relevant to core Python development" category. These projects, if mentors etc are found, are *guaranteed* a slot under the PSF GSoC umbrella. As backup GSoC admin and general busybody, I've taken on the work of coordinating these as a special subgroup within the PSF GSoC, and I thought it would be good to mention them to python-dev.
Note that all of them have been run by a few different committers, including Martin, Tarek, Benjamin, and Brett, and they've been obliging enough to triage a few of them. Thanks, guys!
Here's what's left after that triage. . .
IDLE/Tkinter patch integration & improvement -- deal with ~120 tracker issues relating to IDLE and Tkinter.
Is it important, for the discussion, to mention that it also involves testing this area (idle and tkinter), Titus ? I'm considering this more important than "just" dealing with the tracker issues.
C. Titus Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org