a.l.e at xox.ch
Sat Feb 12 10:42:43 CET 2011
> >> Probably the two biggest things are good programming skills and a
> >> good familiarity with the Scribus code (uses C++ and the Qt
> >> libraries), plus some demonstration of this by having contributed
> >> to Scribus development.
> > i don't fully agree...
> > imo basic programming skills are enough... but you need good
> > software development skills (most pupils will know how to program,
> > but not know how to build good code!)
> > having contributed to other open source projects (or being a
> > professional in the field) may also be more important than having
> > contributed to scribus itself.
> > what i miss a bit on your list: knowledge in DTP related fields
> > don't harm at all!
> Yes, good. My sense of his post was that he was asking how to become
> a mentor, not a GSoC applicant.
i was talking about a good mentor.
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