[sip-comm-dev] info request


#1

Hi devs,

I was looking


#2

sorry for the previous mail, i did make a wrong move ...

So I was looking at the list of subjects proposed on the website and it
seems that there aren't any name in front of the topic "spellcheck plugin".
Therefore I was wondering if this topic was taken by students for the TER of
second semester or the GSoC.
I did work on it last year but didn't finish it (as it was dreamed of ;)).
Maybe if it's not already taken, I could try to continue my efforts.
I ask the question also because I read a few questions on the mailing list
about "online dictionnaries". I don't know if it's a part of the spellcheck
plugin, a new orientation of it, or if it's something totally different.

and by the way, have fun with the upcoming GSoC ... sounds more and more
interesting each year.

Cheers,

JD

···

On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 7:23 PM, JD <hinomura.yo@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi devs,

I was looking


#3

If you want to follow up your very welcome work on the S-C applet, you
might try helping with #13 implementing the IAX protocol. IAX is a good
protocol for an applet, because it's a single socket conenction back to
a server, rather than the 2 or more SIP uses. IAX works better across
firewalls and NAT, which downloaded applets are more likely to
encounter, and unsigned applets would probably require.

  It's not at all like the dictionary work you started, and seem to like,
but it would really make the applet version that you hooked us up with
work better. And of course the application version would have the
benefits, too. I hope you don't think I'm too greedy for suggesting it,
because I'm really grateful for your applet work, and any coding
contribution is welcome.

···

On Wed, 2008-03-26 at 19:32 +0100, JD wrote:

sorry for the previous mail, i did make a wrong move ...

So I was looking at the list of subjects proposed on the website and
it seems that there aren't any name in front of the topic "spellcheck
plugin". Therefore I was wondering if this topic was taken by students
for the TER of second semester or the GSoC.
I did work on it last year but didn't finish it (as it was dreamed
of ;)). Maybe if it's not already taken, I could try to continue my
efforts.
I ask the question also because I read a few questions on the mailing
list about "online dictionnaries". I don't know if it's a part of the
spellcheck plugin, a new orientation of it, or if it's something
totally different.

and by the way, have fun with the upcoming GSoC ... sounds more and
more interesting each year.

Cheers,

JD

On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 7:23 PM, JD <hinomura.yo@gmail.com> wrote:
        Hi devs,
        
        I was looking

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(C) Matthew Rubenstein

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#4

No, it's my mistake, which also insulted Sebastian by giving someone
else credit for his work. Sorry I mentioned it.

···

On Wed, 2008-03-26 at 21:54 +0100, JD wrote:

Hi Matthew,

I think there's been a misunderstanding somewhere. Indeed I did not
work on the sc-applet. Sebastian did. I took part in the discussion
only to support his work since it was one of the most wanted feature
from the users a while ago.
However, I did work on a spellcheck plugin.
I hope I made my point clearer.
Sorry if I my previous message wasn't clear enough.

Cheers,

JD

On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 7:42 PM, Matthew Rubenstein > <email@mattruby.com> wrote:
               If you want to follow up your very welcome work on the
        S-C applet, you
        might try helping with #13 implementing the IAX protocol. IAX
        is a good
        protocol for an applet, because it's a single socket
        conenction back to
        a server, rather than the 2 or more SIP uses. IAX works better
        across
        firewalls and NAT, which downloaded applets are more likely to
        encounter, and unsigned applets would probably require.
        
               It's not at all like the dictionary work you started,
        and seem to like,
        but it would really make the applet version that you hooked us
        up with
        work better. And of course the application version would have
        the
        benefits, too. I hope you don't think I'm too greedy for
        suggesting it,
        because I'm really grateful for your applet work, and any
        coding
        contribution is welcome.
        
        On Wed, 2008-03-26 at 19:32 +0100, JD wrote:
        > sorry for the previous mail, i did make a wrong move ...
        >
        > So I was looking at the list of subjects proposed on the
        website and
        > it seems that there aren't any name in front of the topic
        "spellcheck
        > plugin". Therefore I was wondering if this topic was taken
        by students
        > for the TER of second semester or the GSoC.
        > I did work on it last year but didn't finish it (as it was
        dreamed
        > of ;)). Maybe if it's not already taken, I could try to
        continue my
        > efforts.
        > I ask the question also because I read a few questions on
        the mailing
        > list about "online dictionnaries". I don't know if it's a
        part of the
        > spellcheck plugin, a new orientation of it, or if it's
        something
        > totally different.
        >
        > and by the way, have fun with the upcoming GSoC ... sounds
        more and
        > more interesting each year.
        >
        > Cheers,
        >
        > JD
        >
        > On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 7:23 PM, JD <hinomura.yo@gmail.com> > wrote:
        > Hi devs,
        >
        > I was looking
        >
        
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        (C) Matthew Rubenstein
        

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#5

Hey JD,

JD написа:

sorry for the previous mail, i did make a wrong move ...

No worries, happens to everyone :slight_smile:

So I was looking at the list of subjects proposed on the website and it
seems that there aren't any name in front of the topic "spellcheck
plugin". Therefore I was wondering if this topic was taken by students
for the TER of second semester or the GSoC.

The GSoC application process has just started so we are still far from
having assigned students to the different projects.

I did work on it last year but didn't finish it (as it was dreamed of
;)). Maybe if it's not already taken, I could try to continue my efforts.

You are definitely welcome to submit an application for this project
through the Google Summer of Code web app:

http://code.google.com/soc/2008/student_home.html

I ask the question also because I read a few questions on the mailing
list about "online dictionnaries". I don't know if it's a part of the
spellcheck plugin, a new orientation of it, or if it's something totally
different.

Totally different. The online dictionary project, once integrated into
our main source tree, would allow you to send a word to a virtual
dictionary contact and receive in return a text with its translation,
etymology, usage examples and everything else you have in an online
dictionary.

and by the way, have fun with the upcoming GSoC ... sounds more and more
interesting each year.

Thanks! We're doing our best :slight_smile:

Cheers
Emil

···

Cheers,

JD

On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 7:23 PM, JD <hinomura.yo@gmail.com > <mailto:hinomura.yo@gmail.com>> wrote:

    Hi devs,

    I was looking

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#6

Hi Emil,

Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey JD,

JD написа:
> sorry for the previous mail, i did make a wrong move ...

No worries, happens to everyone :slight_smile:

> So I was looking at the list of subjects proposed on the website and it
> seems that there aren't any name in front of the topic "spellcheck
> plugin". Therefore I was wondering if this topic was taken by students
> for the TER of second semester or the GSoC.

The GSoC application process has just started so we are still far from
having assigned students to the different projects.

> I did work on it last year but didn't finish it (as it was dreamed of
> ;)). Maybe if it's not already taken, I could try to continue my
efforts.

You are definitely welcome to submit an application for this project
through the Google Summer of Code web app:

http://code.google.com/soc/2008/student_home.html

Ok, I definitely will.
I saw that there will be concurrence on the subject considered.
Is the deadline monday 31 included or not ?

<http://code.google.com/soc/2008/student_home.html>

> I ask the question also because I read a few questions on the mailing
> list about "online dictionnaries". I don't know if it's a part of the
> spellcheck plugin, a new orientation of it, or if it's something totally
> different.

Totally different. The online dictionary project, once integrated into
our main source tree, would allow you to send a word to a virtual
dictionary contact and receive in return a text with its translation,
etymology, usage examples and everything else you have in an online
dictionary.

I see. Sounds interesting though

···

> and by the way, have fun with the upcoming GSoC ... sounds more and more
> interesting each year.

Thanks! We're doing our best :slight_smile:

Cheers
Emil
>
> Cheers,
>
> JD
>
> On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 7:23 PM, JD <hinomura.yo@gmail.com > > <mailto:hinomura.yo@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
> Hi devs,
>
> I was looking
>
>

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#7

Hello JD,

JD написа:

Ok, I definitely will.
I saw that there will be concurrence on the subject considered.
Is the deadline monday 31 included or not ?

It is. Have a look over here:
http://code.google.com/opensource/gsoc/2008/faqs.html#0.1_timeline

Still I'd advise you to apply your application earlier. You'll still be
  able to modify before the deadline, and answer our questions even
after it.

Cheers
Emil

···

    <http://code.google.com/soc/2008/student_home.html>

    > I ask the question also because I read a few questions on the mailing
    > list about "online dictionnaries". I don't know if it's a part of the
    > spellcheck plugin, a new orientation of it, or if it's something
    totally
    > different.

    Totally different. The online dictionary project, once integrated into
    our main source tree, would allow you to send a word to a virtual
    dictionary contact and receive in return a text with its translation,
    etymology, usage examples and everything else you have in an online
    dictionary.

I see. Sounds interesting though

    > and by the way, have fun with the upcoming GSoC ... sounds more
    and more
    > interesting each year.

    Thanks! We're doing our best :slight_smile:

    Cheers
    Emil
    >
    > Cheers,
    >
    > JD
    >
    > On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 7:23 PM, JD <hinomura.yo@gmail.com > <mailto:hinomura.yo@gmail.com> > > <mailto:hinomura.yo@gmail.com <mailto:hinomura.yo@gmail.com>>> wrote:
    >
    > Hi devs,
    >
    > I was looking
    >
    >

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