rajprakash1999 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 01:13:36 UTC 2019
Forgive me ,I couldn't see your message,and I'm giving such a late
reply.(actually I had sent this before but to wrong email id)
Yes I know c++(intermediate) and python too and I'm solving problems of
contests in codechef and hackerrank.
So I guess I am quite decent at coding.
Since I 'm an Ubuntu user so I always use Libreoffice .Most often I used to
write my stories on libreoffice writer.
I have already started debugging in easy hacks.(also i have already built
So any help in how to debug would be quite valuable for me.
On Fri, Dec 21, 2018 at 12:07 AM Regina Henschel <rb.henschel at t-online.de>
please excuse, that you not have got immediately answer.
rajprakash sahoo schrieb am 19-Dec-18 um 08:15:
> I'm a 1st year computer science student of International Institute of
> Information Technology, Bhubaneswar,India.I explored all the
> organisations for open source development and found my skills matching
> for the project ideas of Libreoffice organisation and it would be my
> pleasure to contribute to this reputed organisation.
> In coming days ,I'm willing to explore more and dive deeper into the
> ideas.I'd be glad if you could share some tips and suggestions so that
> I could get along with with the workflow faster.
The information for GSoC is not yet updated for 2019. But you should
indeed already start. Please have a look at
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development/GetInvolved and the
start page https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development
Do you have already coding skills?
Do you know LibreOffice as user? Do you have already a favorite area?
Because of the upcoming holidays, reaction might be slower as usual.
Please be patient.
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