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SubjectRe: WANTED: kernel projects for CS students
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On Oct 14, 2007, at 4:01 PM, Rik van Riel wrote:

> The kernel newbies community often gets inquiries from CS students who
> need a project for their studies and would like to do something with
> the Linux kernel, but would also like their code to be useful to the
> community afterwards.
>
> In order to make it easier for them, I am trying to put together a
> page with projects that:
> - Are self contained enough that the students can implement the
> project by themselves, since that is often a university requirement.
> - Are self contained enough that Linux could merge the code (maybe
> with additional changes) after the student has been working on it
> for a few months.
> - Are large enough to qualify as a student project, luckily there is
> flexibility here since we get inquiries for anything from 6 week
> projects to 6 month projects.
>
> If you have ideas on what projects would be useful, please add them
> to this page (or email me):
>
> http://kernelnewbies.org/KernelProjects

I'm also quite interested in what compsci students can do for the
kernel project. I'm currently doing a little embedded development and
research at school, but I and a few others would jump at the chance
to work on the kernel (besides finding duplicate problems that the
x86 merge is already taking care of, of course. ;)

Also (as an aside), we're looking at redoing our operating systems
curriculum out here at school...anyone aware of (relatively good) OS
curricula? (time scope: one semester.)

regards/thanks,
--
Doug Whitesell
CSU Channel Islands - Computer Science
"Unprecedented performance: nothing we had has ever worked like this
before..."
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