Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of GoogleCodeInIdeas2013


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Apr 19, 2015 7:48:44 AM (4 years ago)
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    11= Welcome potential Haiku Google Code-In 2013 students =
    2 Here is the page we used for drafting up ideas for tasks for Google Code-In 2013.  Many of these will be added to melange and ready to go on day one of the contest.  To get up to speed you should familiarize yourself with Haiku.  If you have never run Haiku before perhaps the easiest way would be to try it out in a VM.  Many of this year's tasks are related to the recent addition of Package Management to Haiku.  With this change we need to create .recipe files so that we can rebuild the many packages and projects into .hpkg file to use with Haiku.  For information on Haikuporter see http://bb.haikuports.org/haikuports/wiki/Home.  For most of our tasks being familiar with Bash scripting, C/C++ programming, some Python, and knowing how to use git will be helpful.  More than 50% of our tasks so far this year will fall into the Code category, but there will still be many others for those new to coding.  Here is a good starting point to those who are new to Haiku and looking to help out: https://www.haiku-os.org/development.  If you have any specific questions you can't find the answer to here, you can ask in irc or contact the Haiku GCI admin via email (scottmc2 @ gmail . com).
     2Here is the page we used for drafting up ideas for tasks for Google Code-In 2013.  Many of these will be added to melange and ready to go on day one of the contest.  To get up to speed you should familiarize yourself with Haiku.  If you have never run Haiku before perhaps the easiest way would be to try it out in a VM.  Many of this year's tasks are related to the recent addition of Package Management to Haiku.  With this change we need to create .recipe files so that we can rebuild the many packages and projects into .hpkg file to use with Haiku.  For information on Haikuporter see https://bitbucket.org/haikuports/haikuports/wiki/Home.  For most of our tasks being familiar with Bash scripting, C/C++ programming, some Python, and knowing how to use git will be helpful.  More than 50% of our tasks so far this year will fall into the Code category, but there will still be many others for those new to coding.  Here is a good starting point to those who are new to Haiku and looking to help out: https://www.haiku-os.org/development.  If you have any specific questions you can't find the answer to here, you can ask in irc or contact the Haiku GCI admin via email (scottmc2 @ gmail . com).
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