[sip-comm-dev] Google Summer of Code 2009 is on!!!


#1

Hey all,

Google have just published the list of organizations accepted for
participation in GSoC 2009 and .... we're in! :slight_smile:

http://tinyurl.com/gsoc-list-2009
(you would have to to create a profile in order to check the list)

Congratulations everyone, it seems like we are going to have yet another
busy summer! :slight_smile: For those of you wondering exactly what this corresponds
to in terms of features and new additions, have a look here:

http://sip-communicator.org/gsoc

This is the list of ideas that students are going to apply for. In the
following weeks (and months) we will probably see numerous mails from
candidates or accepted GSoC students for assistance. Let's try and make
their experience with the SIP Communicator community a very pleasant one.

Wish you all a happy and productive summer!

Cheers
Emil

路路路

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#2

Hey all,

Google have just published the list of organizations accepted for
participation in GSoC 2009 and .... we're in! :slight_smile:

http://tinyurl.com/gsoc-list-2009
(you would have to to create a profile in order to check the list)

Congratulations guys. Since you solicited for ideas, here is
one...have you considered adding speaker recognition to your phone
based conferencing facilities. For example, in a conference, I don't
need to know how the person looks but I would like to know who is
speaking.

路路路

On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 5:27 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@sip-communicator.org> wrote:

Congratulations everyone, it seems like we are going to have yet another
busy summer! :slight_smile: For those of you wondering exactly what this corresponds
to in terms of features and new additions, have a look here:

http://sip-communicator.org/gsoc

This is the list of ideas that students are going to apply for. In the
following weeks (and months) we will probably see numerous mails from
candidates or accepted GSoC students for assistance. Let's try and make
their experience with the SIP Communicator community a very pleasant one.

Wish you all a happy and productive summer!

Cheers
Emil

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#3

Hey Ranga,

M. Ranganathan wrote:

Hey all,

Google have just published the list of organizations accepted for
participation in GSoC 2009 and .... we're in! :slight_smile:

http://tinyurl.com/gsoc-list-2009
(you would have to to create a profile in order to check the list)

Congratulations guys. Since you solicited for ideas, here is
one...have you considered adding speaker recognition to your phone
based conferencing facilities. For example, in a conference, I don't
need to know how the person looks but I would like to know who is
speaking.

Completely agree and we actually already have it in our list:

http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/GSOC2009/SoundLevelIndicator

Is this what you meant?

Cheers
Emil

路路路

On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 5:27 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@sip-communicator.org> wrote:

Congratulations everyone, it seems like we are going to have yet another
busy summer! :slight_smile: For those of you wondering exactly what this corresponds
to in terms of features and new additions, have a look here:

http://sip-communicator.org/gsoc

This is the list of ideas that students are going to apply for. In the
following weeks (and months) we will probably see numerous mails from
candidates or accepted GSoC students for assistance. Let's try and make
their experience with the SIP Communicator community a very pleasant one.

Wish you all a happy and productive summer!

Cheers
Emil

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#4

Hello everyone,

聽聽聽聽聽Am a student interested in working for idea of *GEEK COMMUNICATOR*(Ideas
GSOC 2009). Thats a pretty cool application. Later we can extend it to
various ide's as plugins. It turns over to be a great tool for foss
community.As a matter of fact, most of the developers spend all their time
either on shell or an IDE.

Kindly throw some light on the same and few valued suggestions so that i can
kick start.Possibly this interaction will help me out in preparing my
application. Moreover i would like to know what is expected out of a
student. That makes me understand where i stand.

Happy to hear from you.

Thanks and Best Regards,
Arun Reddy


#5

Hi Vincent,

Thanks a lot. I just started off with sip-communicator. Downloaded the code
from repository. Successfully built
it and run it, inspite of few errors.( net.java.sip-communicator.media &
net.java.sip-communicator.media.codec). Going through sip-communicator dev
guide.

So, when i apply for geek communicator am i supposed to write in depth on
how am going to handle. What all base services am going to use, various
sip-communicator api's and all that stuff.?

Kindly suggest me some good reading in that direction.

thanks and best regards,
Arun Reddy.

路路路

2009/3/20 Vincent Lucas <lucas@clarinet.u-strasbg.fr>

Hi Arun,

Arun Reddy wrote:

Hello everyone,

聽聽聽聽Am a student interested in working for idea of *GEEK
COMMUNICATOR*(Ideas
GSOC 2009). Thats a pretty cool application. Later we can extend it to
various ide's as plugins. It turns over to be a great tool for foss
community.As a matter of fact, most of the developers spend all their time
either on shell or an IDE.

I am glad to hear that you are interested in Geek-Communicator idea.

Kindly throw some light on the same and few valued suggestions so that i
can
kick start.Possibly this interaction will help me out in preparing my
application. Moreover i would like to know what is expected out of a
student. That makes me understand where i stand.

The starting point is to make your own point of view on how to deal with
this idea. And then to describe it in your application as well as your
interest about this idea, about SIP-Communicator, or anything else you
consider to be important.

By the way, make sure you apply through the GSoC web app here then:

http://socghop.appspot.com

Cheers,
Vincent

Happy to hear from you.

Thanks and Best Regards,
Arun Reddy

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#6

Hey!
Great to hear that Sip-Communicator has been accepted this year as well.

路路路

2009/3/20 Arun Reddy <vipunreddy.n@gmail.com>:

Hi Vincent,

Thanks a lot. I just started off with sip-communicator. Downloaded the code
from repository. Successfully built
it and run it, inspite of few errors.( net.java.sip-communicator.media &
net.java.sip-communicator.media.codec). Going through sip-communicator dev
guide.

So, when i apply for geek communicator am i supposed to write in depth on
how am going to handle. What all base services am going to use, various
sip-communicator api's and all that stuff.?

Kindly suggest me some good reading in that direction.

thanks and best regards,
Arun Reddy.

2009/3/20 Vincent Lucas <lucas@clarinet.u-strasbg.fr>

Hi Arun,

Arun Reddy wrote:

Hello everyone,

Am a student interested in working for idea of \*GEEK

COMMUNICATOR*(Ideas
GSOC 2009). Thats a pretty cool application. Later we can extend it to
various ide's as plugins. It turns over to be a great tool for foss
community.As a matter of fact, most of the developers spend all their
time
either on shell or an IDE.

I am glad to hear that you are interested in Geek-Communicator idea.

Kindly throw some light on the same and few valued suggestions so that i
can
kick start.Possibly this interaction will help me out in preparing my
application. Moreover i would like to know what is expected out of a
student. That makes me understand where i stand.

The starting point is to make your own point of view on how to deal with
this idea. And then to describe it in your application as well as your
interest about this idea, about SIP-Communicator, or anything else you
consider to be important.

By the way, make sure you apply through the GSoC web app here then:

http://socghop.appspot.com

Cheers,
Vincent

Happy to hear from you.

Thanks and Best Regards,
Arun Reddy

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