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- Subject: Re: Google Summer of Code
- From: "Ariel Manzur" <puntob@...>
- Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2008 17:46:36 -0200
Would there be interest in qt bindings? there's lua_qt, which is a bit
abandoned, and Mauro Iazzi's. I'd be happy to help with that..
I'd also love to see a debugger that lets you see the call stack of
both lua and C on the same backtrace (probably some kind of gdb
On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 2:47 PM, Matthew M. Burke <email@example.com> wrote:
> Google has just announced the summer of code program for this summer
> (http://code.google.com/soc/2008/). This will be the fourth summer they
> are running the program. SOC is an opportunity for various open source
> software projects to get students to work on project's of interest with
> Google paying the student a fairly nice summer stipend and a smaller
> stipend to the mentoring organization.
> I am more than happy to coordinate this effort and to deal with the
> paperwork if others think it's worthwhile. (Obviously I do or else I
> wouldn't be mentioning it on the list :) The first step IMNSHO is to
> brainstorm several tasks we would want a student to work on. Obviously
> working on the Lua core is out, but there are a lot of other
> possibilities. In fact, helping to develop almost any of the projects
> at Lua Forge are good candidates.
> The benefits are as follows: good exposure for Lua (ok, only a benefit
> if you think Lua should be exposed :), good experience for student(s),
> and the opportunity for moving some pet project forward.