Summer Of Code '08
guy.pyrzak at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 21:02:06 UTC 2008
I had a thought about the firefox extenion idea too. I really like RTM's
extension for gmail so something with that would be nice it kinda combines
the outlook/gmail and firefox extension into one.
Another option is a google gears sort of thing. Offline bugzilla would be
Lastly alex suggested a connection to mylar the eclipse task management
tool, it apparently connects to jira by default.
Making bugzilla more social is a fun idea but im less sure about how
practical it is, but it could be interesting.
On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 11:39 AM, Aaron Evans <ahdevans at gmail.com> wrote:
> Here's some ideas for projects:
> 1. More charts and graphs (the kids love the graphics)
> 2. Outlook (or Evolution) plugin
> 3. Firefox extension (I saw a request for this on Guru.com recently)
> 4. Automatic bug submissions from build, test tools (e.g, Ant,
> 5. Bugzilla based social network (Assignees == Friends/?)
> 6. Template UI loader/switcher (like in a CMS)
> -Aaron Evans
> On Sat, Mar 1, 2008 at 9:14 PM, Max Kanat-Alexander <mkanat at bugzilla.org>
> > Well, it's getting close to summer again, and that means we
> > have another chance to get some Summer of Code contributors! Last year
> > we didn't get any, but interest in Bugzilla development has been
> > picking up in general since then, so perhaps we'll be able to get
> > something this year. :-)
> > Anybody have any ideas for projects that would be good SoC
> > projects? I'm willing to mentor, would anybody else be?
> > I assume that the final suggestions will go here:
> > http://wiki.mozilla.org/Community:SummerOfCode08
> > That is, once that page exists. :-) For now, any ideas, just
> > post 'em here.
> > -Max
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