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From Jürgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: [GSOC] CMIS UCP on top of Apache Chemistry [was: Fwd: Re:]
Date Tue, 09 Apr 2013 05:19:09 GMT
On 4/8/13 6:07 PM, Ariel Constenla-Haile wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 08, 2013 at 04:36:32PM +0200, Jürgen Schmidt wrote:
>> I saw Rob's reply and was wondering because I replied already and
>> have now recognized that I replied to Sabhya only.
>> -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: Date: Mon, 08 Apr
>> 2013 09:43:51 +0200 From: Juergen Schmidt <> 
>> Reply-To: To: Sabhya Kaushal
>> <>
>> On 4/6/13 11:51 AM, Sabhya Kaushal wrote:
>>> Respected Sir/ Ma'am,
>>> I am an undergraduate student of Computer Science and
>>> Engineering, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. As a budding
>>> programmer, I am very much interested in joining your 
>>> organisation for Google Summer Of Code 2013.
>>> I am, in particular, interested in the following idea(s) that
>>> have been displayed on the project idea link page of your
>>> organisation, that I would be happy to work on and that I can
>>> contribute to:
>>> [GSoC] CMIS Universal Content Provider (UCP) for Apache
>>> OpenOffice [GSoC] Apache OpenOffice Extension Plugin for
>>> Eclipse
>>> I would also like to state that I fulfill all the
>>> prerequisites required for the fulfillment of these tasks.
>>> I would be very obliged if I am given a chance to work under
>>> your knowledgeable mentors.
>> Hi Sabhya,
>> welcome at Apache OpenOffice and thanks for your interest in one
>> of our GSOC 2013 projects proposals.
>> We have already a volunteer for the Eclipse plugin project and
>> you mentioned that you are interested in the CMIS project as
>> well.
>> Maybe you can give a little bit more background about you. What
>> did you have made in this direction and what's your experience
>> with Java.
> Apache Chemistry has a Python implementation: 
> It would be nice to try with Python first, instead of introducing
> yet another Java dependency (besides other reasons: AOO ships with
> Python by default, but not with a JRE).

I would be fine with Python as well but it seems that we are not
accepted as mentoring organization anyway.

I have chosen Java because of the better IDE support, I believe the
work would become a little bit easier with the NetBeans plugin ;-)


> Regards

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