I don't see why you couldn't also apply for a slot. Having floats would
be cool (but not simple). I'm not sure about your work on FOrayFont. I
think the projects have to be tied to one of the organizations listed by
Google. Only the client part in FOP would be part of that. So floats
would be the better option I guess.

I'm sure I can count on other FOP committers to help me with the
mentoring job if we take on two projects.

BTW, both of you should make sure you're eligible for participating in
the SoC. See the Students FAQ on the Google SoC site. Someone who
applied last year wasn't a student.

On 19.04.2006 21:17:10 Vincent Hennebert wrote:
> Patrick, you were faster than me ;-)
> I would also be interesting in applying to the Summer of Code. It would
> at last give me the opportunity to work full-time on Fop. Is it
> conceivable that I also apply, along with Patrick?
> Although I'm a bit doubtful that my work on FOrayFont could be eligible
> as a project for Fop, we may investigate.
> Otherwise, one thing I'm dreaming of for long but that I'll never have
> time to do is float implementation, both before-floats and side-floats.
> I think there is a number of Docbook users using Fop for PDF output who
> would benefit from that.
> What's your opinion?
> Vincent
> Patrick Paul a écrit :
> > Hello everyone,
> > 
> > As you may know Google is doing their Summer of Code program again this 
> > summer. http://code.google.com/soc/
> > 
> > I would be interested in applying to do some work on FOP this summer.
> > 
> > Would you have suggestions about specific developments that would 
> > greatly help improve FOP ?
> > 
> > I'm looking forward to hear from you all. FOP is so great.
> > 
> > Thank you,
> > 
> > Patrick

Jeremias Maerki

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