Muhammet Kara muhammet.kara at
Sat Mar 9 14:49:56 UTC 2019


It is nice to see you are interested in applying for a GSoC project at 
LibreOffice. Having skill/knowledge/experience in programming, and 
especially in C++ helps a lot while working on the LibreOffice code-base.

As the student application date for GSoC is approaching, I suggest you to

  * Go through the LibreOffice development getting started page:
  * Start with solving some 'beginner' easyHacks:
  * Solve at least one 'interesting' easyHack
  * Start discussing your ideas with possible mentors, and preparing
    your proposal
  * Don't leave your proposal to the last day. Sooner is better.

Also checking the GSoC ideas page first, and trying to choose the 
easyHacks related to your probable idea(s) might be a good idea: 

If you ever get stuck (after doing the usual leg-work (re(search), try, 
debug etc.) yourself), please don't hesitate to ask your questions 
either on the #libreoffice-dev IRC channel, or on this mailing list.


On 8.03.2019 04:10, mAdDy sAj wrote:
> I am interested to contribute to "Libre Office" through gsoc.please 
> help me or initiate the steps to do.
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> LibreOffice at
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