[LLVMdev] "Different" Summer of Code Ideas
landir at gmail.com
Mon Apr 5 20:18:02 PDT 2010
Hi developers, I'm sending this just to say that I'm writing a student
proposal for this idea. I'll send the link tomorrow for comments.
On 3/25/10, Lucas Silva <landir at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> I'm an interested student in that idea I enjoy building web apps and I
> ...), Java (JSF, Struts, ...), and some databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL,
> ...) ... for more than 7 years. I graduated in 2005 and this year I've
> started doing Masters. For this year I have to study LLVM because it
> can be part of my thesis and it would be nice to contribuite with LLVM
> community and participate in GSoC.
> Lucas da Costa Silva
> On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 11:06 PM, Daniel Dunbar <daniel at zuster.org> wrote:
>> Hello LLVMers (in particular, LLVMers interested in GSoC),
>> Since people seem interested in GSoC project ideas, here is one that
>> might not be totally obvious -- work on LLVM's testing infrastructure!
>> I have been working hard on modernizing our nightly test performance
>> monitoring software, but there is a lot more work to be done. As LLVM
>> developers, we rely on this software for tracking performance, but
>> don't get much time to maintain or improve it.
>> I would really like to find a motivated student who enjoys building
>> user interfaces and web apps (and preferably has some experience) and
>> would like to contribute to the LLVM project. There are lots of
>> opportunities to make an interesting project out of this -- either at
>> a very application level by redefining the UI, or at a more research
>> level by focusing on the compiler-related aspects of performance
>> testings (for example, automatically looking for micro-architectural
>> performance variations).
>> Please let me know if you are interested in this kind of a Summer of
>> Code project.
>> - Daniel
>> LLVM Developers mailing list
>> LLVMdev at cs.uiuc.edu http://llvm.cs.uiuc.edu
Lucas da Costa Silva
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