[sword-devel] Developer Needs
chetan kanti patel
ckpatel4 at rediffmail.com
Fri Dec 31 21:45:23 MST 2004
i am very good software tester willing to help out where need.
if work for me please let to know me.
On Sat, 01 Jan 2004 Michael Riversong wrote :
>Just so you folks know, I'm a very good documentation writer, and am
>willing to help out where needed.
>My development skills aren't all that useful. I know just enough about
>programming to translate the efforts of others into readable prose.
>Also I am currently distributing a CD containing some Sword material and
>a few other public license items. This is going mainly to Christian
>schools in the region and individuals who are in contact with me. If a
>better CD comes along, I will gladly distribute that.
>On Fri, 2004-12-31 at 09:29, Don Parris wrote:
> > Some may be aware that I am more of an advocate than a hacker. I
> > remember seeing a post from Martin Gruner about Volunteer opportunities.
> > The Freely Project, Open Source Ministry, and at least two other
> > Christian FOSS groups are actively involved in setting up a news portal
> > for the Christian FOSS community. One thing I believe we need to do
> > more of is recruiting other Christian hackers to help with existing
> > projects.
> > I know the InfoCentral project is looking for experienced Java hackers.
> > CHADDB is being developed by an experienced Java hacker. What sort of
> > needs do the Sword Projects have, in terms of personnel? We want to
> > post these needs to the rest of the community, so the word can spread a
> > little further.
> > >From my experience (which only started last May) with the community,
> > there are several development projects, and a handful of advocacy
> > projects. Thus far, we've had very little interaction between the two
> > communities. I would like to see this change in 2005, as the advocacy
> > community does need to be aware of the development community's needs, so
> > that can be incorporated into our activities.
> > Freely will soon release a CD that includes Windows versions of Sword
> > and other projects (InfoCentral, OpenLP, etc.) that can be handed out to
> > Christians and churches. OS Ministry will be hosting a news portal, and
> > I hope we can provide some "advertising" of sorts to help promote the
> > Christian FOSS projects. While I'm at it, if anyone has suggestions as
> > to Christian media outlets we can contact (with respect to announcing
> > the news portal launch), let me know.
> > As I said, I also hope we can work on recruiting developers and doc
> > writers to help out. If you guys want to put together some wish lists
> > for each project, we can let folks know what the needs are.
> > Thanks for all the hard work y'all put into your projects. As a
> > GNU/Linux-only user, I enjoy using BibleTime and JSword. I pray that
> > 2005 will be a rewarding year for all.
> > God bless,
> > Don
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