GSoC requirements and suggested projects
gedare at rtems.org
Tue Mar 12 14:37:46 UTC 2019
Welcome! We have a wide variety of projects that cover a range of
programming skills and languages but mostly involves either assembly, C, or
Python, and some other projects may use other languages. It seems you have
the basic skills needed to try to undertake most of the projects. Have a
look through https://devel.rtems.org/wiki/Developer/OpenProjects and see if
anything catches your particular interest. I think there are still a few
projects that may be added to the list, so keep checking back or ask
around. (I think Chris Johns has a project idea related to developing some
open-source complex application that he will describe in next few days as
"Application Suite" project.)
The first step for any student who wants to work with us is to complete the
"hello world" project. Email your proof to me and to joel at rtems.org. Then,
depending on your choice of project you will propose, we may also set some
other tasks for you to complete afterward.
On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 5:39 AM Federica Di Lauro <
federicadilauro1998 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm at my 2 year undergraduate in Computer Science and I recently got
> interested in embedded systems.
> My current experience includes:
> - Operatives Systems course
> - Computer Architecture course (specifically studied MIPS32 architecture)
> - Basic knowledge of C++, python, Java programming languages
> - Arduino's projects and basic knowledge of electronics
> I'd really like to contribute to this project and get to know first hand
> about real time SO, could my current experience and completing the "hello
> world" project be enough?
> If so, could you suggest what projects would be adequate to my experience?
> Thanks in advance for your help,
> Federica Di Lauro
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> devel at rtems.org
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