Changes between Version 357 and Version 358 of Developer/OpenProjects


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Apr 17, 2014, 6:41:31 PM (5 years ago)
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    66If you want to get your feet wet with RTEMS then check out our [wiki:Small_Projects_  small projects page] where you can find projects that require little coding skill and are appropriate for those new to RTEMS or open source software projects. If you are interested in one of these projects but are not able to code and test it yourself, consider sponsoring one of the core RTEMS developers to do it for you. Volunteering or sponsoring is how things get done -- users keep RTEMS development alive!
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    8 Most of these projects will take between a few weeks and a few months of effort by a person who is familiar with the general use of GNU/Linux and GNU tools.  Many RTEMS projects are done by student or volunteer coders, so we try to define small projects or subtasks that can be completed and committed individually.
    9 Most of the projects are feasible as a [wiki:GSoC  Summer of Code] project.  Since some projects have multiple steps, students should work with prospective mentors to define the scope of work in their proposal.  Similarly, some projects might be a starting point for a class project or graduate thesis.
     8Most of these projects will take between a few weeks and a few months of effort by a person who is familiar with the general use of GNU/Linux and GNU tools.  Many RTEMS projects are done by student or volunteer coders, so we try to define small projects or subtasks that can be completed and committed individually. Most of the projects are feasible as a [wiki:GSoC  Summer of Code] project.  Since some projects have multiple steps, students should work with prospective mentors to define the scope of work in their proposal.  Similarly, some projects might be a starting point for a class project or graduate thesis.
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