Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of Developer/GSoC/ProjectManagement


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Timestamp:
Apr 9, 2015, 7:41:55 PM (5 years ago)
Author:
Gedare Bloom
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Update expectations for midterm.

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    2424 *  Do NOT disappear.  If you need a leave of absence let us know.  We can spend time to give you advice on what you can do offline.  If you disappear and don't tell us, we have to assume that you are dropping out.
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    26  *  Avoid dumping large amounts of code on your mentor.  and you should submit patches incrementally to the rtems-devel mailing list for a broader audience.
     26 *  Avoid dumping large amounts of code on your mentor.  and you should submit patches incrementally to the rtems-devel mailing list for a broader audience. In order to pass your midterm evaluation, you should submit at least one patch that compiles with code (may be stubs), documentation (doxygen), and a test case that your code passes.
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    2828 *  If your project involves projects other than RTEMS, submit patches to those projects according to how their community manages patches. If your project needs to submit patches to an FSF project, you need to get your FSF paperwork ready. Talk to your mentor about this possibility.