GSoC project accepted, now what?

Well, yesterday I had received this amazing notice that my GSoC project: Umbrello New Breath was accepted by KDE Community. This project has the objective to update the Umbrello to use Qt5 and KF5, eliminating the build with Qt4 and KF4. Also, I have in mind fix the bugs relatives to the build of Umbrello to MSWindows, and others goals that you will find here.

Thanks for Ralf Habacker and Jonathan Riddel for choosing my project and for being my mentors.

And thanks to Tomaz Canabrava for believing in me and in my skills that were the mainly motive that I wrote and submitted my proposal to this GSoC.

Now is time to prepare myself, because the fun starts on May 23! =)



4 thoughts on “GSoC project accepted, now what?

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  1. I’m glad to see this happen. Umbrello is a good package. It deserves to be brought up to current standards.

    It encourages me to get more active.


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