GSoC Mentors and Open Projects

Christian Mauderer list at
Thu Jan 4 15:23:14 UTC 2018

Am 04.01.2018 um 16:18 schrieb Gedare Bloom:
> Hi Christian,
> On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 3:52 PM, Christian Mauderer
> <christian.mauderer at> wrote:
>> ----- Ursprüngliche Mail -----
>>> Von: "Gedare Bloom" <gedare at>
>>> An: "RTEMS Devel" <devel at>
>>> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 3. Januar 2018 18:24:21
>>> Betreff: GSoC Mentors and Open Projects
>>> RTEMS development community:
>>> The GSoC organization application opens tomorrow. If you anticipate
>>> being able to mentor/co-mentor this summer please let me know, or if
>>> you were a mentor in the past but are not able to this year please
>>> also give me a heads up. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of
>>> cure.
>>> If everyone could, please take a look at the Open Projects page to see
>>> if anything should be added or removed. Also, if you would like to
>>> take the time to convert one of the older open projects into a ticket,
>>> that would be greatly appreciated! Potential Mentors should especially
>>> be sure that any projects you might like to mentor exist as a ticket.
>>> Thanks, and Happy New Year,
>>> Gedare
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>> Hello Gedare,
>> GSoC has been really been a lot of fun last time so I would be happy to be a mentor again if there is an interesting proposal.
>> Regarding the tickets:
>> - I added some notes and updates to the Beagle BSP ticket.
>> - Some time back I had a discussion on the mailing list (I think mainly with Chris Johns) regarding two WiFi topics. Both might could be a project. I've added the tickets to a new "libbsd" section in the project list in the wiki.
> Great!
>> By the way: Back when I created the tickets for WiFi I have been in a hurry. So the tickets are a little simple and short. I would have liked to reformat and improve the tickets at least a little. But I haven't seen a possibility to change the initial text. It seems that at least the Beagle Bone ticket has been changed a few times. Did I just miss the correct link for changing the ticket or is there some special permission necessary to do that?
> There is a "Modify" permission that needs to be added. I will ask to
> get it put on your account. It is disabled by default to avoid too
> much modifications of tickets directly.
> -Gedare

Hello Gedare,

thanks for the info. If it's simpler or better for you I can also just
add all additional info as a comment.



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