[Mailman-Developers] Welcome to our Google Summer of Code Students!
benedict.stein at googlemail.com
Wed Apr 27 09:25:58 CEST 2011
Thanks for the welcome,
I've updated my proposal page on the wiki - which now lists the ToDo list
Really hope to start asap, but for now I'm a little bit busy learning for my
are you sure you want to share your postal adress and phone number on a
public wiki ??
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2011/4/27 Terri Oda <terri at zone12.com>
> I hope you'll all join me in welcoming our new Google Summer of Code
> * Benedict Stein (benste on IRC) will be working to complete the GSoC work
> Anna did last summer on the django-based web UI for Mailman 3.0.
> * Drew Rodman will be converting pipermail to use SQL (rather than pickles)
> for storing data and creating an upgrade script to help users migrate their
> archives to the new format. He's even hoping to get Stable URLs working by
> the end of the summer!
> * Dushyant Bansal (dushyant on IRC) will be working on the interface of the
> archives, integrating work from Yian and Priya's GSoC projects last summer
> and getting it all ready to go for Mailman 3.
> I'm really excited to have all these great projects and great students!
> While the students do have a set of official mentors (Barry, Florian, Anna
> and me), you're all encouraged to help out throughout the summer. The end
> goal is to have some fully integrated awesomeness, so don't be shy if you've
> got questions, suggestions, etc.
> If you've been lurking here wondering how to get involved with Mailman 3,
> now might be a great time: we've got mentors who've already set aside time
> to be involved this summer, and we've got students who could benefit from
> having more people involved in development effort over the next few months.
> For example, we discovered while our students were writing patches that we
> don't have a great description of the Mailman 3 install process, so if you
> want to install it and write up your experiences on the wiki (or just in a
> blog post we can link to!), that's a great place to start!
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