Arthur Pemberton wrote:
On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 12:50 PM, Mark <markg85(a)gmail.com>
> On Fri, Apr 4, 2008 at 7:12 PM, Mark <markg85(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2008/4/4, Callum Lerwick <seg(a)haxxed.com>:
>>> On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 20:23 +0100, Mark wrote:
>>> > About the language it needs to be written in.. (Python).. byw bye
>>> > oppertunity for me to make it unless i learn python :) i do know Java
>>> > and PHP.
>>> Seriously, just learn Python. Java should have already taught you OOP,
>>> and PHP should have already taught you loosely-typed "script"
>>> programming, and the use of lists and hashes as fundamental data types,
>>> and that's maybe 95% of what underlies Python you know already.
>> I have enough on my todo list already for the coming months.
>> python together with this project isn't high on it. i'm more then
>> willing to help when needed but not a full time SoC application. I
>> will help in:
>> - template stuff
>> - mocking the design up
>> - ajax technology stuff
>> And there is more then enough to do in those 3 alone.
>> When you (the one who is gonna do this project) need my help on this
>> just drop me a line and i will give it my best shot.
> Hey all,
> This thread kinda died after my last post but i'm really wondering how
> this project stands now at this moment in the middle of the GSoC. If
> it made it in in the first place.. where i can track the development..
> things like that.
> O btw. i still am more then willing to help with it!
> I hope to hear about this project.
The student who applied for this did not have their application
accepted. I guess they decided not to do it otherwise. I myself have
not had the time to try it.
However, some people are working on this problem as a different
application rather than the PackageDB. Look at
or talk with rnorwood and otaylor on