GSOC 2022 application

Regina Henschel rb.henschel at
Sun Apr 17 10:18:09 UTC 2022

Hi Rupesh,

we appreciate that you want to work on the further development of 

For participation in GSOC we expect that you have submitted a so-called 
"easyhack" to become familiar with the build process.

I do not find an "easyhack" from you. Do you have submitted it with a 
different name?

Or do you not aware of section "How to apply" on

Kind regards,

Rupesh Darimisetti schrieb am 17.04.2022 um 11:39:
> My name is Rupesh Darimisetti a prefinal student studying mechanical 
> engineering passionate about coding, came across your organization in 
> GSOC 2022 looking to develop the codebase of your organization
>       Convert Writer's Java UNO API tests to C++
> **
> A big chunk of UNO API tests are still implemented in Java, but to 
> minimise the dependency on Java during the build, we have a long-term 
> plan to move them to C++.
> Currently a small set of test are already converted and can be found in 
> here <>. The 
> Java test are located in here 
> <>.
> *Required skills/knowledge*
> Java, C++
> *Size*
> 175 hours or 350 hours
> *Difficulty*
> Medium
> *Potential mentors*
> /Tomaž Vajngerl/, IRC: quikee, mail: quikee @
> Sent from Mail <> for Windows

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