15 computer science collegians looking for a project
NoiseEHC at freemail.hu
Wed May 7 05:38:54 EDT 2008
Okay, today I have checked whether my "projects" got moved to the wiki
but now I can see only the second one (and it is not in the wiki either).
Aaron Kaplan wrote:
> On May 5, 2008, at 8:38 PM, NoiseEHC wrote:
>> I have registered on said page but when I click to my projects it
>> goes to wiki.laptop.org and all I can see an empty page. Are those
>> people over
> dang! thanks, you found a bug. Actually a regression. It already worked.
> Will have to investigate.
>> viewing my application will decide by using that empty page? Since I
>> cannot see any change tracking feature on the wiki, I am not sure how
>> could people track/discuss new projects either.
> The idea is that the bot in projectdb.olpc.at reads the Talk: page
> about the project proposal on the wiki.l.o.
> That way - people will be able to talk and discuss a project
> application on a community level. Let's say in a mediawiki style.
> Then these comments get fed back into the projectdb and the persons
> who really have the "vote" bit set can decide about a project proposal.
> But the main concern so far was: 1) do we get the data in correctly
> and 2) can we export it to B* ?
> These community features can be implemented in hack sessions on
> weekends usually.
>> One of the textboxes is not too clear to me on the new project page.
>> 1. Description of your experience, both with hardware and software. -
>> Am I supposed to write about my work experience regarding the new
> experience in general. Why are you the right person to do that project ?
>> Why shall I define it again if I already did it on my registration
>> form? Or is it about something else? (I am not a native speaker.)
> ah, ok, the redundancy bug maybe.
> The rest was clear for you?
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