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Re: Google summer code 2016 project ideas

In article <>,
Charles Cui  <> wrote:
>Hi Christos,
>    Thanks for your reply! Requiring kernel modifications is even
>interesting to me.
>I also have some experiences in improving kernel mechanisms like spin locks
>and scheduling subsystem( in Linux and BSD system). It would be very
>existing to see my code is merged into the main source tree. I have one
>more question about the application of GSOC. What shall I do in this phase
>to let the community believe that I have the ability to complete this
>project (and increase the probability of being selected)? I know some
>students may submit small fix to the target system. Actually, I can start
>the coding in my spare time now if you want. (Dose it convince you guys?)

You should start writing your application to GSoC. Also install NetBSD
on something (so that you can test), and start participating in the
discussions in the technical lists that have subjects that interest you.



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