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===Google Summer of Code 1020===
 
===Google Summer of Code 1020===
  
The following list are ideas for projects we think would make good summer of code candidates.  
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The following list are ideas for projects we think would make good [http://socghop.appspot.com Google Summer of Code] candidates.  
  
  
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This project would be to write a command-line based front-end to our new system installer backend, pc-sysinstall. This could be done in curses, or other command-line API. This project being completed may allow us to look at getting it, and pc-sysinstall into the FreeBSD tree as a replacement for the outdated "SysInstall".  
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This project would be to write a command-line based front-end to our new system installer backend, [http://trac.pcbsd.org/browser/pcbsd/trunk/pc-sysinstall pc-sysinstall]. This could be done in curses, or other command-line API. This project being completed may allow us to look at getting it, and pc-sysinstall into the FreeBSD tree as a replacement for the outdated "SysInstall".  
  
  

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Google Summer of Code 1020

The following list are ideas for projects we think would make good Google Summer of Code candidates.


Suggested ideas

CLI front-end to pc-sysinstall

This project would be to write a command-line based front-end to our new system installer backend, pc-sysinstall. This could be done in curses, or other command-line API. This project being completed may allow us to look at getting it, and pc-sysinstall into the FreeBSD tree as a replacement for the outdated "SysInstall".


Improved Wine support on BSD

There are a number of open-issues with the "Wine" application on the BSD platform, which hinders Windows compatibility with many applications. Some of the important issues would be the copy-protection support, fixes for memory management, etc.