Changes between Version 435 and Version 436 of Developer/OpenProjects


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Feb 11, 2016, 5:47:06 PM (4 years ago)
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    33Welcome! Whether you're here because of [wiki:GSoC  Summer of Code (SOC)] or just want to scratch an itch to hack, we invite you to peruse our projects and ask about them on the [wiki:TBR/Website/RTEMSMailingLists  RTEMS mailing list] or [wiki:Developer/IRC IRC].  If you plan to submit a proposal to do something for the RTEMS Project as part of a SOC, see [wiki:GSoC/GettingStarted  Getting Started for SoC Students]. RTEMS projects span kernel hacking, adding support for a new board (BSP), improving the development environment, developing tests, and more.
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    5 If you want to get your feet wet with RTEMS then check out our [wiki:Developer/SmallProjects  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!
     5If you want to get your feet wet with RTEMS then check out our [wiki:Developer/SmallProjects 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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    77Most 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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     9Projects in '''Bold text''' are '''higher priority''' simply meaning that users or developers have expressed a lot of interest in such projects. Projects in ''Italic text'' are space-oriented and therefore suitable for [http://sophia.estec.esa.int/socis/ SOCIS].
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    1415The order of projects in the list does not reflect their importance, difficulty, or feasibility. Our project list is not exclusive: if you have an idea, solicit feedback from the project's [wiki:TBR/Website/RTEMSMailingLists mailing list] or [wiki:Developer/IRC IRC channel]; many developers sit in IRC and check it (and their email) infrequently throughout the day, so be patient!  There may or may not be enough work on a project to constitute an SOC project, and some of these are past SOC projects.  If you are interested in one of these, please ask on the mailing list or IRC.
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    16 Projects in '''Bold text''' are '''higher priority''' simply meaning that users or developers have expressed a lot of interest in such projects. Projects in ''Italic text'' are space-oriented and therefore suitable for [http://sophia.estec.esa.int/socis/ SOCIS].
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    1819If you have a new project add it to the appropriate list below, link to a wiki page below !Projects/Open/ and use the [wiki:PageTemplates/ProjectDescriptionTemplate  Open Project Template]. Briefly (1 sentence) summarize the project.