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SamAdam
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google soc 2006

Post by SamAdam »

just to make sure no one forgets this year,

http://code.google.com/soc/

has details about this year's summer of code from google. $4500 again, iirc.

poutsa
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Post by poutsa »

why not also woc! :cry:

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CrystalBlend Project on Crystal Space´s SOC Ideas List!
Scroll Down to Read..!

http://www.crystalspace3d.org/tikiwiki/ ... =SoC+Ideas

Sharpconstruct
http://projects.blender.org/pipermail/b ... 14430.html

Home Site Sharpconstruct:
http://sharp3d.sourceforge.net/mediawik ... /Main_Page

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Post by joeri »

What happend to the tutor soc 2005 ?

To damn hard?

Is there still need for some document that discribes what a blender tutor should look like?

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Post by LetterRip »

joeri,

the tutorial last year the submitter never even started.

Ton should be doing the "tool api" which will enable the tutorial system also. Also intrr said he was going to submit a SoC for it this year, but Ton told him to submit for something else (since Ton is going to do the refactor...).

LetterRip

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Post by joeri »

Is there a functional document?
There seem to be alot of (different) ideas about what this tutor should be.

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