Matt Madia <mattmadia@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Do mentors (or backup mentors) need to have a strong c/c++ > background? > > I'm willing to help out, but as their questions become more c/c++ > specific my use quickly diminishes. I think you should be familiar with the Haiku code, and the topic at and, to be able to guide the student as much as necessary. C++ knowledge is probably needed to do that, although I doubt that you would ever need to pass on that knowledge specifically. Bye, Axel.