[sip-comm-dev] FW: [sc-gsoc] Application Update


#1

Hello everyone! My name is Brett Geren. I'm an eighteen-year-old sophomore at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas in the USA. I would of course love to participate in the Google Summer of Code and work on the "Display User Chat Agent" project.

First of all, I would like to say how happy I am that I was chosen for this project. I think Google Summer of Code is an awesome idea and I'm particularly excited about my project since it merges two great passions of mine, networking and GUI making. I am under the impression that Yana Stamcheva is my mentor who can be contacted at yana.stamcheva@gmail.com. As far as project preparedness goes, I've become a member of all of the mailing lists, I've checked-out the SIP Communicator source code, successfully built/compiled the SIP Communicator source code, gone through some of the coding tutorials, and read all of the coding guidelines. I would like to talk to a mentor about an SVN add-on for eclipse (Subversive was acting up).

I'm looking forward to having an awesome time with you guys over the summer and later.

Cheers,
Brett

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#2

Hi Brett,

Congratulations on your success!

I've been using Subversive for what feels like nearly 5 years and I think it's
always been acting up... Unfortunately, Subclipse doesn't seem to me to be any
better. Anyway, I wanted to invite you to describe to this mailing list the
problem you're facing and then whoever feels able to help will step up i.e.
don't waste time trying to track down and contact a single mentor in private
when in need of helo, the dev mailing list is all about development-related
help.

Regards,
Lubo

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On Friday 24 April 2009 09:40:37 Geren, Brett wrote:

Hello everyone! My name is Brett Geren. I'm an eighteen-year-old sophomore
at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas in the USA. I would of course love
to participate in the Google Summer of Code and work on the "Display User
Chat Agent" project.

First of all, I would like to say how happy I am that I was chosen for this
project. I think Google Summer of Code is an awesome idea and I'm
particularly excited about my project since it merges two great passions of
mine, networking and GUI making. I am under the impression that Yana
Stamcheva is my mentor who can be contacted at yana.stamcheva@gmail.com. As
far as project preparedness goes, I've become a member of all of the
mailing lists, I've checked-out the SIP Communicator source code,
successfully built/compiled the SIP Communicator source code, gone through
some of the coding tutorials, and read all of the coding guidelines. I
would like to talk to a mentor about an SVN add-on for eclipse (Subversive
was acting up).

I'm looking forward to having an awesome time with you guys over the
summer and later.

Cheers,
Brett
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#3

Well, I actually tried both, but both failed on various levels.
I installed Subversive through Eclipse but Eclipse failed to actually ever install it. Whenever I tried to download it the download always hung on the same JAR file. I ended up using Subclipse, but I was under the impression that Subclipse is no longer under development and now everyone uses Subversive. Thanks in advance for you help!

Cheers,
Brett

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From: Lubomir Marinov [lubomir.marinov@gmail.com]

Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 1:50 AM
To: dev@sip-communicator.dev.java.net
Subject: Re: [sip-comm-dev] FW: [sc-gsoc] Application Update

Hi Brett,

Congratulations on your success!

I've been using Subversive for what feels like nearly 5 years and I think it's
always been acting up... Unfortunately, Subclipse doesn't seem to me to be any
better. Anyway, I wanted to invite you to describe to this mailing list the
problem you're facing and then whoever feels able to help will step up i.e.
don't waste time trying to track down and contact a single mentor in private
when in need of helo, the dev mailing list is all about development-related
help.

Regards,
Lubo

On Friday 24 April 2009 09:40:37 Geren, Brett wrote:

Hello everyone! My name is Brett Geren. I'm an eighteen-year-old sophomore
at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas in the USA. I would of course love
to participate in the Google Summer of Code and work on the "Display User
Chat Agent" project.

First of all, I would like to say how happy I am that I was chosen for this
project. I think Google Summer of Code is an awesome idea and I'm
particularly excited about my project since it merges two great passions of
mine, networking and GUI making. I am under the impression that Yana
Stamcheva is my mentor who can be contacted at yana.stamcheva@gmail.com. As
far as project preparedness goes, I've become a member of all of the
mailing lists, I've checked-out the SIP Communicator source code,
successfully built/compiled the SIP Communicator source code, gone through
some of the coding tutorials, and read all of the coding guidelines. I
would like to talk to a mentor about an SVN add-on for eclipse (Subversive
was acting up).

I'm looking forward to having an awesome time with you guys over the
summer and later.

Cheers,
Brett
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#4

Hm, the latest new ons Subclipse is that it supports Subversion 1.6.0 and the
latter is still very fresh so I'd say the development of Subclipse is quite
alive and well.

I don't have much of an advice for the stalled download other than trying to
reinstall both Eclipse and the Subversion integration of your choice after a
few days. FWIW, at this point you'll likely need to mostly do "svn co" and
"svn up" so the official command-line Subversion client will do just fine.

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On Friday 24 April 2009 10:02:19 Geren, Brett wrote:

Well, I actually tried both, but both failed on various levels.
I installed Subversive through Eclipse but Eclipse failed to actually ever
install it. Whenever I tried to download it the download always hung on the
same JAR file. I ended up using Subclipse, but I was under the impression
that Subclipse is no longer under development and now everyone uses
Subversive. Thanks in advance for you help!

Cheers,
Brett
________________________________________
From: Lubomir Marinov [lubomir.marinov@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 1:50 AM
To: dev@sip-communicator.dev.java.net
Subject: Re: [sip-comm-dev] FW: [sc-gsoc] Application Update

Hi Brett,

Congratulations on your success!

I've been using Subversive for what feels like nearly 5 years and I think
it's always been acting up... Unfortunately, Subclipse doesn't seem to me
to be any better. Anyway, I wanted to invite you to describe to this
mailing list the problem you're facing and then whoever feels able to help
will step up i.e. don't waste time trying to track down and contact a
single mentor in private when in need of helo, the dev mailing list is all
about development-related help.

Regards,
Lubo

On Friday 24 April 2009 09:40:37 Geren, Brett wrote:
> Hello everyone! My name is Brett Geren. I'm an eighteen-year-old
> sophomore at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas in the USA. I would of
> course love to participate in the Google Summer of Code and work on the
> "Display User Chat Agent" project.
>
> First of all, I would like to say how happy I am that I was chosen for
> this project. I think Google Summer of Code is an awesome idea and I'm
> particularly excited about my project since it merges two great passions
> of mine, networking and GUI making. I am under the impression that Yana
> Stamcheva is my mentor who can be contacted at yana.stamcheva@gmail.com.
> As far as project preparedness goes, I've become a member of all of the
> mailing lists, I've checked-out the SIP Communicator source code,
> successfully built/compiled the SIP Communicator source code, gone
> through some of the coding tutorials, and read all of the coding
> guidelines. I would like to talk to a mentor about an SVN add-on for
> eclipse (Subversive was acting up).
>
> I'm looking forward to having an awesome time with you guys over the
> summer and later.
>
> Cheers,
> Brett
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