For the record, we are quite advanced in the Debian packaging process
and only need to address a few more comments before we are ready with
a first submission.
Great, please let me know when you upload it on the mentors site
Of course, maybe once submitted, people would want to improve it in
some ways (like spinning off some of our libs into separate packages)
and a gsoc project could possibly help with that.
The GSoC project I've proposed on Debian (please do have a look at the
details) is quite broad and would allow one ore more students to work in
areas of their preference, with a goal of making RTC components in
Debian interoperable or more convenient.
Packaging or enhancement of Jitsi is just one of the suggested topics,
this could mean a lot of other things too, e.g. developing a mechanism
for integration testing the different softphones systematically to make
sure they can call each other (e.g. from Jitsi to Empathy)
Please let me know (or add your name to the wiki page) if you might be
interested in acting as a contact or co-mentor for this
On 12/03/13 00:04, Emil Ivov wrote:
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On Mar 11, 2013 6:54 PM, "Andreas Kuckartz" <A.Kuckartz@ping.de > <mailto:A.Kuckartz@ping.de>> wrote:
> I'm offering to mentor GSoC projects under Debian, and I've
> Jitsi packaging as an example of something that would mentored:
There is an ITP (Intent To Package) entry for Jitsi:
ITP: jitsi -- multi-protocol audio/video and chat communicator
I suggest to ask and inform Bart Martens <email@example.com
this as he changed the subject from RFP to ITP on 2012-12-10.
Maybe he wants to act as a co-mentor ?
BTW: I liked your contribution in Brussels a few weeks ago.