[GE users] Google Summer of Code
bli at bcgsc.ca
Tue May 2 08:15:20 BST 2006
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I think bindings for PHP could be useful for creating web portals, so that can be worked this into the proposal. However writing the bindings AND a portal could be quite a challange for the summer - depends on the student's ability and familiarity with the systems.
P.S. The ideas listed in the page are just guidelines, students are in fact encouraged to submit ideas/proposals of their own, as long as they are relevant to OSCAR.
From: Ron Chen [mailto:ron_chen_123 at yahoo.com]
Sent: Mon 01/05/2006 20:36
To: users at gridengine.sunsource.net
Subject: Re: [GE users] Google Summer of Code
As was suggested by Andreas, DRMAA bindings for Ruby or PHP is
useful - is it possible to have a project opened for that?
--- Bernard Li <bli at bcgsc.ca> wrote:
> Sorry for the cross post, but I thought that this announcement
> is interesting to students who subscribe to the mailing-lists.
> This year, OSCAR (http://oscar.openclustergroup.org) is
> participating in Google's Summer of Code program again and
> there are various project ideas that folks on the various
> lists may be interested in working on.
> For more information regarding the Summer of Code program,
> Our project ideas are listed here:
> If you have questions regarding any of the project ideas,
> please send them to oscar-devel at lists.sourceforge.net (you
> need to be subscribed to the list), unless you think that the
> discussions are useful for the other mailing-lists as well
> (want to limit on the number of cross posts...)
> Thanks for your attention and good luck with your
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