Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of GCI/SampleTasks


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Sep 17, 2018, 2:04:31 PM (9 months ago)
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    3434|| Create POSIX Timing Test psxtmmqrcvblock01 (13-#3) || This task consists of creating the timing test testsuites/psxtmtests/psxtmmqrcvblock01 for the POSIX API method when used in a particular manner. The test case is: mq_receive: not available: block. Please check testsuites/psxtmtests/psxtmtests_plan.csv and make sure this description match that in the spreadsheet file. Also there may be multiple test cases in one test name. The .csv file along with advice from mentors is truth. In some cases a single test name may have multiple timing cases and be listed on two lines in the .csv file. Just be careful. As a hint if there is no dash in the description then this is the only case of interest for that method. If there are multiple methods then test both methods. The test should be created using the test instantiation helper and templates in rtems-testing/rtems-test-templates. This test will be using the template: psxtmtest_blocking. See https://devel.rtems.org/wiki/GCI/Coding/POSIXTimingTest for more details. The outcome of this task will be a patch to add the new test to RTEMS. || 1 || hiddenpearls || C,benchmarking,testing || 0 || 1,4 || 3 || psxtmtest
    3535|| Create POSIX Timing Test  (13-#5) || This task consists of creating the timing test testsuites/psxtmtests/ for the POSIX API method when used in a particular manner. The test case is: . Please check testsuites/psxtmtests/psxtmtests_plan.csv and make sure this description match that in the spreadsheet file. Also there may be multiple test cases in one test name. The .csv file along with advice from mentors is truth. In some cases a single test name may have multiple timing cases and be listed on two lines in the .csv file. Just be careful. As a hint if there is no dash in the description then this is the only case of interest for that method. If there are multiple methods then test both methods. The test should be created using the test instantiation helper and templates in rtems-testing/rtems-test-templates. This test will be using the template: . See https://devel.rtems.org/wiki/GCI/Coding/POSIXTimingTest for more details. The outcome of this task will be a patch to add the new test to RTEMS. || 1 || chrisjohns || C,benchmarking,testing || 0 || 1,4 || 3 || psxtmtest
    36 || Design a square organization logo || We could use a nice square variant of our current logo at at least 300 px per inch. || Infinite || "joelsherrill@gmail.com,gedarebloom@gmail.com" || graphics,logo || false || 2 || 3 || TBR
    37 || Design a new organization logo || We could use a new logo. Be creative. || Infinite || "joelsherrill@gmail.com,gedarebloom@gmail.com" || graphics,logo || false || 2 || 3 || TBR
    38 || Design a T-Shirt || RTEMS needs some cool t-shirt designs. || Infinite || "joelsherrill@gmail.com,gedarebloom@gmail.com" || graphics,logo,t-shirt || false || 2 || 3 || TBR
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     36|| Design a square organization logo || Our current logo (https://www.rtems.org/logo_list) is an oval that embeds in a rectangular bounding box. We could use a nice square variant of our current logo of at least 300x300 px. Familiarity with a graphics design package like Gimp, Photoshop, Inkscape, or Illustrator are useful for completing this task. Gimp and Inkscape are open source (and free). <p> You MUST have attention to detail to complete this task. Aliasing artifacts and fuzzy scaled images will not be acceptable.  This logo would be used for GCI and GSoC, and would also make a better logo for square presentations such as on GitHub. || 10 || "joelsherrill@gmail.com,gedarebloom@gmail.com" || graphics,logo || false || 2 || 3 || logo
     37|| Design a new organization logo || This task involves designing a new logo for RTEMS. We would like to have two variations, one as a rectangular shape at least 300x400px, and the other as a square at least 300x300 px. Logos must clearly portray the name RTEMS. <p> You can see current / previous versions of the RTEMS logo for perspective (see https://www.rtems.org/logo_list) but you should design something completely different. Familiarity with a graphics design package like Gimp, Photoshop, Inkscape, or Illustrator are useful for completing this task. Gimp and Inkscape are open source (and free). <p> Be creative and make it aesthetically associated with RTEMS in some manner! You must be able to explain how your design relates to RTEMS. Search the web for design inspiration before working on this, but you must submit a completely original design of your own creation that does not use 3rd party images from the web. If you create a design similar to something you found on the web, it is considered a derivative work and you should give proper attribution (i.e., credit) to that author by name with a link to their work. Failure to give credit is plagiarism and can be grounds for dismissal from GCI. When in doubt, design something unique. ;) <p> Logo design tips are in abundance around the web such as these [65 tips](https://www.creativebloq.com/graphic-design/pro-guide-logo-design-21221) and these [7 tips](https://mashable.com/2014/04/30/logo-design-tips/#lQ5SODB0iSqz). <p> Submit a preview of your design in PNG format as well as your original artwork files ideally in vector format (e.g., PSD, XCF, SVG, AI, etc). <p> If you would like credit, please provide your name and join our mailing list to hear if we use your logo design. || 30 || "joelsherrill@gmail.com,gedarebloom@gmail.com" || graphics,logo || false || 2 || 3 || logo
     38|| Design a T-Shirt || Design a T-shirt for RTEMS users and/or developers. It can feature a tagline, showcase some killer feature, incorporate some illustration regarding RTEMS, incorporate the RTEMS logo (see https://www.rtems.org/logo_list), or be something completely different (but obviously still clearly pertaining to RTEMS). Search the web for design inspiration before working on this, but you must submit a completely original design of your own creation that does not use 3rd party images from the web. If you create a design similar to something you found on the web, it is considered a derivative work and you should give proper attribution (i.e., credit) to that author by name with a link to their work. Failure to give credit is plagiarism and can be grounds for dismissal from GCI. When in doubt, design something unique. <p> Submit a preview image of the t-shirt front and back in PNG format as well as your original artwork files ideally in vector format (e.g., PSD, XCF, SVG, AI, etc). <p> If you would like credit, please provide your name and join our mailing list to hear if we use your t-shirt design. <p> Be awesome, be creative, be inspired, be original!  || Infinite || "joelsherrill@gmail.com,gedarebloom@gmail.com" || graphics,logo,t-shirt || false || 2 || 3 || tshirt