Re: Skolelinux course projects
Nils Damm Christophersen wrote:
Hello Skolelinux developers,
At the Department og informatics, University of Oslo we are starting a
course this spring INF5907OSI - Open source and innovation -
course includes student projects, and Petter Reinholdtsen tells me
that Skolelinux might be able to provide projects at different levels.
We do not know the background of the students yet but it is certainly
of interest to be able to offer the them projects from Skolelinux.
Working in groups of 2-3, the students should be able to accomplish
something in 4-5 weeks.
If you think this is of interest, please respond back within the first
week of January,
Not yet subscribing to firstname.lastname@example.org
in a do-ocracy it's allways hard to answer such questions. since there
is no tradition to delegate assignements around like that. And there
are nobody "in charge" to do the assigning. But since i feel that you
deserved a reply, I gave it a shot.
Ideas for tasks that come to my mind, given the limited nature of a
[1: translations] Easy to get started, useful. but perhaps not technical
[2: writing documentation] requires learning the usage of skolelinux and
writing about it in english
[3: programming job] trying to implement a new spesific feature, from
the wishlist bugs or the roadmap
[4: fix some spesific bug] There are allways issues left to resolve. The
trick is to find a suiteable bug to work on for a project.
[5: other] there are also many other ways to contribute to skolelinux.
Further discussion with skolelinux developers can be had realtime on irc
at #debian-edu on the irc server irc.debian.org, or on this mailinglist
you allready know.