Any interesting linux projects?

Matthias Beyer mail at
Fri Sep 6 04:13:21 EDT 2013


As I read your mail, I don't think you're searching for kernel-related
projects, so here something which is not related to the kernel at all:

I'm searching volunteering open source C programmers for my (pretty young)
open source project!

If you want to have more information, send me a direct mail and/or
have a look at the github repository[0]. I don't think this
mailinglist is the right place for this!

You have to be familiar with git, though I think linux guys are familiar with 
it! :-P

It is currently linux-only - so maybe this fits your needs?


On 06-09-2013 16:16:05, manty kuma wrote:
>    I would like to work on some open source Linux projects. Please share some
>    interesting projects that i can work from home. I am not looking for
>    anything specific. Anything would do. Any interesting debugging tool or
>    some new feature or that of fixing errors in bugzilla.. Please list
>    anything. Only thing is i Know only C and Assembly(AVR and ARM).
>    I know i am far from contributing to the mainline kernel. So want to start
>    from something small where less competition is there to start with. I
>    think the project we choose depends on our current skillset, so is there
>    any site that kind of lists these projects and order it based on the
>    skills? :) No i guess. But still any good sites are also welcome.

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Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Kind regards,
Matthias Beyer

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