[pypy-dev] Google Summer of Code Idea Proposal
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Tue Mar 29 00:24:33 CEST 2011
On Sun, Mar 27, 2011 at 2:07 PM, Romain Guillebert <romain.py at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm interested in doing the Summer of code on PyPy, from what I saw on
> the mailing list and on irc, I would like to work on 2 things which
> might interest you (there is no order of preference).
> * Python backend for Cython (to interface with C code, this could use
> use ctypes or an API exposed by PyPy), the backend would either
> produce python code or python bytecode and will allow PyPy to JIT the
> Cython extension (I talked about it with Alex Gaynor yesterday).
> * Improve the JVM backend, making it translate on the trunk and
> interface (R)Python code with Java. (As proposed by Antonio Cuni).
> I'm available from the end of May (around the 25th) to the beginning of
> September so this shouldn't be a problem.
> If this is OK, which one would you prefer ?
Personally I would vastly prefer the first one. It's more immediately usable.
We do require people submitting proposals to contribute some code
(like fixing a small issue) first before being accepted. Anywhere you
would like to contribute something? Feel free to pop up on IRC and ask
people around what's interesting.
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