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Prefixing proposal titles

From: Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva
Subject: Prefixing proposal titles
Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2011 00:17:44 -0300
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I'd like to ask all the students who haven't done so to prefix their
proposal titles with the GNU package they refer to.

From the "GNU guidelines for Summer of Code projects"[0]:

"Finally, please put the GNU package name (gdb, findutils, etc.) as the
first word of the one-line Title/Summary of your application (e.g. 'gdb
- Improve reverse debugging')."

For the package name, please use the wording exactly as displayed in the
ideas page[1].

I'm not being picky about the guidelines, it'll just help us, org admins
specially, rating proposals and keeping track of packages'
participation. And yes, it's in the guidelines and you should follow it ;)

Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva

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