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By: randomstep

My opinion?  Jump right in!  Yes, it's a hard way to learn code, but so is every
other way.  Figure out something you want patched in Gaim, and attempt to patch
it.  Given what I've seen so far, I imagine Gaim developers will be more than
glad to offer help / suggestions / advice (particularly since a recent tracker
item indicated they are aware of the need to groom young developers for gaim).

Not sure if the parallel to "language-immersion" is entirely valid, but it seems
like the right sort of approach to me (with a non-rigorous analysis).  Of 
course,
things are much more strict with programming languages, and the goal / output
is completely different.

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