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From Jacob Beard <>
Subject Re: [ALL] GSoC 2010 - accepted projects
Date Sat, 01 May 2010 01:20:46 GMT
Hi everyone,

Thanks for the welcome. I'm very pleased to have been accepted into
Google Summer of Code under the ASF. I've been a long-time user of
Apache software projects, and I'm happy to now have the opportunity to
contribute something back. If anyone has any questions for me about my
project, please feel free to let me know.

Thanks again, and I look forward to working with you all this summer,


On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:20 PM, xunlong gui <> wrote:
> Dear Rahul,
> Thank you for your passional and openhanded welcome ceremony :-)
> It is my honor to do something for Apache, it helps me so much, i should
> give some feed back, now, opportunity comes, I am pleased to work with you
> guys.
> Regards
> Long
> 2010/4/29 Rahul Akolkar <>
>> This year, we have two accepted projects for GSoC 2010.
>> Congratulations, Jake and Long!
>> We now begin what GSoC refers to as the community bonding period. So,
>> Jake and Long -- if you have any questions about any aspect of the ASF
>> in general or Commons in particular, please feel free to ask. Theres
>> lot of website documentation that should help. Over the next couple of
>> weeks, we will decide on the general mechanics of your project
>> development, submitting code and changesets etc. For now, please look
>> around and make yourself at home :-)
>> For reference, I'm summarizing the project abstracts below (listed in
>> alphabetical order of first name):
>>  * Jake's project
>> Title: SCXML Code Generation Framework, JavaScript Edition
>> (SCXML/cgf/js): An SCXML-to-JavaScript Compiler Optimized for User
>> Interface Development on the World Wide Web
>> Abstract: This project has two goals. The first is to develop an
>> SCXML-to-JavaScript compiler optimized for User Interface development
>> on the World Wide Web. This would allow developers to elegantly
>> describe and implement Web-based UIs with complex behavioural
>> requirements. The second goal is to generate graphical depictions of
>> statecharts, which may then be animated in response to live UI events.
>> This would allow developers to better comprehend the dynamic behaviour
>> described by their statecharts.
>>  * Long's project
>> Title: An Eclipse-based Visual State Chart XML editor/debugger that
>> generates SCXML documents
>> Abstract: State Chart XML (SCXML) provides a generic state-machine
>> based execution environment based on Harel State Tables. It is very
>> useful to handle complex state transfer logic, but if a SCXML file is
>> large and complex, it will become too difficult to maintain and
>> refactor or to test its logic. This project aims to provide an Eclipse
>> and GMF based Visual Editor and Debugger for SCXML, which can also be
>> used to generate SCXML documents and code according to a state chart.
>> -Rahul
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