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From Thibaut Lassalle <tlassa...@cvdunet.com>
Subject Re: Google Summer of Code: Implementation of IMAP support
Date Mon, 13 Jun 2005 14:43:39 GMT
comme je te disais les mailing listes ont beaucoup d'usage notament 
d'offrir du support au projet open-source (donc gratuit).

Prenons l'exemple de la mailing list du projet James (c'est un serveur 
de mail).
Le principe d'une mailinglist est simple. Si quelqu'un se pose une 
question, il envoie un mail a un automate (ici a 
server-dev@james.apache.org). L'automate forwarde le mail contenant la 
question a tous les gens inscrits dans la mailinglist. Si quelqu'un a 
envie de repondre, il répond a l'automate qui forward la réponse a tout 
le monde. Tu obtiens des questions réponses hyper a jour.

Connais tu le "Google Summer of Code program". C'est un concours 
d'informaticien qui vont passer leur été a kiffé faire des logiciels 
gratuits sur internet. Ici, le mec propose son aide pour passer l'été a 
amélioré une fonctionnalité du serveur James.

J'ai vu des tonnes de mail comme celui la. C'est rigolot, je découvre le 
phénomène

Benjamin Slavin a écrit :

> Hello All,
>
> My name is Ben Slavin, and I'm an undergraduate student in the 
> Computer Engineering program at the University of Pittsburgh. I came 
> across your project through the Google Summer of Code program, and am 
> interested in learning more about the proposed '*Implementation of 
> IMAP support' project.
>
> I have what I consider to be a strong background in Java, as well as 
> C/C++, and think that I could provide positive input to the JAMES 
> project. I have recently been trying to better understand the way in 
> which IMAP works, and think this could be the perfect opportunity.
>
> Because I've never worked with JAMES previously, I'd like to get the 
> input of some of the members of this mailing list to get a better idea 
> of what needs to be done to get IMAP on its feet, and what I might be 
> able to contribute. The description on the suggestion page of 
> '*improvement to the message repository is neccessary' is somewhat 
> vague, so if someone close to this part of the project might be able 
> to extrapolate, I'd greatly appreciate it.
>
> I'm open to suggestions from the group, and hope that I'll be able to 
> work with you in the future to improve the feature set of JAMES!
>
> All the best!
>  --Ben
>
>
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