[haiku-development] Re: Fwd: File system write support and GSOC

  • From: Ikhtiyor Ahmedov <ikhtiyor.ahmedov@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku-development@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2013 19:44:01 +0900


Thanks for advice, I have already build and run Haiku on VirtualBox and
thanks for letting me know about patch. I will try to find some and go into

On Mar 30, 2013 3:49 AM, <pulkomandy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > I would like to contribute with adding write support to reiserfs as a
> > project. (started with Florian Buchholz documentation)
> > I have never contributed to open source projects before and I know that
> > mentoring organizations didnt anounced yet, but I hope this will be
> > entering point for me to contribute to Haiku project and then continue
> > contributing.
> > Would like to know your opinion about which one is more important for
> Haiku
> > between  reiserfs and btrfs, since I have already started learning
> > reiserfs, but maybe another file system is more important for Haiku
> (btrfs).
> > Any suggestions or feedbacks will be appreciated.
> Hi,
> Welcome on Haiku !
> I don't know which of these filesystems is the most needed. The trends in
> the
> Linux world seems to change quite fast about which filesystem to use. So,
> just go for what's most useful for yourself.
> As you may know, we require students to submit at least a patch to fix one
> issue on Haiku. This allows us to make sure you are able to write some code
> (believe it or not, some student try to enter GSoC without such
> competences...) and that you have set up the devleopment environment
> required
> for your work (git, a runninng Haiku installation either inside a VM or on
> real hardware, the compilers and tools to build Haiku) and that you can
> work
> with our bug tracker system, mailing list, coding style rules, and so on.
> Feel free to join us on IRC if you need some help getting started with all
> this. Even if we don't know if Google will allow Haiku to enter GSoC this
> year, you can start working on your application, both working on your patch
> and researching the way our filesystem stack works.
> --
> Adrien / PulkoMandy

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