Le mardi 06 mars 2012, à 00:49 +0200, Andrei Petre a écrit :
I take Cristian Mircea Messel's advice, and introduce myself. My
name is Andrei Petre, I currently am in my second Bachelor year,
studying in the field of Computer Science at Politehnica University of
Bucharest, Romania. I enjoy getting to know new people, and learning
new things, to help improve my knowledge and myself, in general.
I've read the ideas page from OpenSuse's GSoC and I searched mainly
for projects containing languages that I already know, but I stopped
at ssc, although I don't really know ruby; I recently started
coding in it a bit (a very basic HTTP server in ruby, my very first
ruby code, actually). I am familiar with python, java, c (strongest),
c++ (some, not much), android (currently developing sth), so I think I
could learn it, documenting myself for ~1week.
That's a good start!
Is this a problem, not being familiar with ruby?
Being familiar with ruby would obviously help, but you can learn it, and
you've already started. So I wouldn't say it's a blocker :-)
I would like to
express my interest towards ssc project, as I liked the project's
description and its idea. I too am a CLI kind of guy, and I use
git, more locally than with github, though.
Sorry, I am not an opensuse user (don't yell :P), I mainly use ubuntu,
but I've been thinking of changing to arch / opensuse / fedora / deb.
Try openSUSE ;-)
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