hello all, I want to participate Release Notes Generator project GSOC 2019

Joel Sherrill joel at rtems.org
Wed Feb 27 23:00:29 UTC 2019

On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 4:14 PM Victor Kukshiev <andrey0bolkonsky at gmail.com>

> hello all, I want to participate Release Notes Generator project GSOC 2019
> i select this (https://devel.rtems.org/ticket/3314) when  I known python
> language and web technologies...

This project was part of two tasks that were combined into one GSoC project
last year.
Both had significant progress made. Chris Johns (cc'ed) and I mentored
them. Chris knows
more about what remains on this task. I believe there were a set of
specific issues with the
processing of Trac information to get nicely printable output.

I am unsure if there is enough to warrant a full GSoC project left. The
project itself wasn't
last year and the student also wrote a converter for newlib documentation
to Sphinx. The
remaining bit of that may be inappropriate for GSoC per their rules. We
would need to find
another task to accompany this.

> why is need to build RTEMS, write app and run it...?

Just because and it establishes a baseline environment for you. And ensures
do know how RTEMS is built. Independent of your project, it helps to have an
understanding of what RTEMS developers do as part of normal development.

For many projects and certainly for this, there will be a secondary task to
you can take up where last year's student got to.


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