[Phpmyadmin-devel] GSoC coding # of weeks

Marc Delisle marc at infomarc.info
Fri Mar 26 12:46:35 CET 2010

Michal Čihař a écrit :
> Hi
> Dne Sat, 20 Mar 2010 20:47:41 +0200
> Çagatay TOPRAK <toprakcagatay at hotmail.com> napsal(a):
>> My name is Çağatay TOPRAK, you may print Cagatay. Living in Istanbul, Turkey. Timezone is ETC+2, you asked for.
>> I'm studying Computer Tech and Programming. Almost finished, all exams I passed, now I have some internship to pass.
>> Now I'm studying Economics on Open University to delay military obligation, but I liked it. I was planning to study physics but plans may changed.
>> Contacts;
>> MSN, E-mail: toprakcagatay at hotmail.com
>> Website: www.cagataytoprak.com , 
>> GSoC Blog: www.cagataytoprak.com/GSoC 
> Please note that mailing list is to discuss, for sending proposals you
> will have to use the http://socghop.appspot.com interface (it will
> start to accept projects next week).
>> I planning to replace PHPMyAdmin codes to OOP ones and make them more coder-firendly, 
>> so new coders will attempt to join more easily to the projects in the future.
>> To do this, coded a PHP MVC style web framework before, and want to use some of its functionality. 
>> Of course I'm open for other and better ideas, spacially working with other guys.
>> First of all, I should have a good understanding of pma codes, then I will use the same UI to fit on new OOP codes.
>> Then I will make seperate all UI's from codes.
>> When this preperations finished, I will recode the functionality by using the old code putting in proper classes.
>> I don't know how much time should be needed for theese. But I will make a time line, and try to go on that.
> Have you looked at the current code base (especially it's size)? Do you
> think this all is manageable for you during summer (14 weeks)?

 From May 24 to Aug 16, it's really 12 weeks.

Marc Delisle

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