[arch-general] Bachelor thesis
xlusti00 at stud.fit.vutbr.cz
Fri Jun 10 04:55:07 EDT 2011
Cituji Thomas Dziedzic <gostrc at gmail.com>:
> 2011/6/9 Marek Otahal <markotahal at gmail.com>:
>> On Thursday 09 of June 2011 10:34:45 Luštický Josef wrote:
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> I'm Josef Lusticky and I'd like to write a Bachelor thesis about
>>> operating systems.
>>> I'm student of Faculty of Information Technology in Brno, Czech
>>> Republic and I have been using Linux since 2006 and Archlinux since
>>> I'm enthuasistic user of Arch and Linux in general and I'd like to
>>> help this project
>>> by improving or creating some stuff.
>>> I'd like to implement some driver or port of app. I know C, assembly
>>> and some scripting languages.
>>> Yes, I know there is the pacman package signing feature missing, but I
>>> do not consider it work for one person and I would rather work on
>>> something like userspace tools needed for kernel (e.g. filesystem
>>> tools, etc.).
>>> Can you recommand me something good for my skills?
>>> Best regards,
>>> Josef Lusticky
>> Ahoj Pepo :)
>> I just remembered your email from yesterday when I was crying about
>> the fortune of kmobiletools.
>> It is/was a great tool, but the development has ceased.
>> Please see my wish: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=270266
>> and consider if you would like to work on that project? :)
>> It's developed in C(++?), can touch driver issues (if you want),
>> and definitely is highly popular and has good promises for the
>> future. The old hackers are still around, so they should be able to
>> help you with some details if you needed.
>> It just crossed my mind so I gave it a try and pass the idea to you.
>> Have a nice day,
>> cau, Marek
>> Marek Otahal :o)
> I've heard btrfs is still missing a proper fsck
Fsck for btrfs seems to be a rather complicated for one person to
study and implement. Nevertheless I will consider it.
Thank you Thomas.
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