On Tuesday, March 4, 2014 3:10:39 PM UTC+1, Adit Kabra wrote:
> I'm interested to work for some Git project in the upcoming GSoC. I've
> also solved one of the microprojects which is a pre-requirement given here
> I am a Computer Science second year B.Tech student and know the basics of
> Git. But to make my project proposal, i need some detailed information
> about the ideas proposed here
> How do i get acquainted to these details. I tried having a look at the
> source codes on
> it seems it is a very large chunk of code and i do not really know how
> to start.
> Please guide me what to do. I'm really enthusiastic about Git and am not
> looking at any other organization apart from Git for GSoC.
Second: Subscribe to the git developer mailing list  and read all the
recent posts about GSoC  - there's a lot of relevant information and
Once you're this far, you should have a pretty good idea of what you want
to do. Sent an email to the Git developer list and tell them your plans,
and ask if it sounds good.
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