Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of SponsoringPrograms/OPW/2014-12


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Oct 7, 2014, 4:22:54 PM (5 years ago)
Author:
reynaldo
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Clarify where our IRC channels are and what channel should be used for development dicussions

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  • SponsoringPrograms/OPW/2014-12

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    1717== Getting Started ==
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    19 1. '''Get to know FFmpeg.''' If you are an applicant interested in contributing to FFmpeg, it is recommended to start by subscribing to the [http://ffmpeg.org/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-devel ffmpeg-devel] mailing-list, visiting our IRC channels (''#ffmpeg-devel''), and exploring both the codebase and the development workflow. Feel free to [#ContactingFFmpeg contact us] if you have any questions.
     191. '''Get to know FFmpeg.''' If you are an applicant interested in contributing to FFmpeg, it is recommended to start by subscribing to the [http://ffmpeg.org/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-devel ffmpeg-devel] mailing-list, visiting our FreeNode IRC channels (''#ffmpeg-devel'' and ''#ffmpeg'' although you will find most developers on the first one), and exploring both the codebase and the development workflow. Feel free to [#ContactingFFmpeg contact us] if you have any questions.
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    21212. '''Find a project.''' Listed on this page are mentored and un-mentored projects. Mentored projects are well-defined and mentor(s) have already volunteered. Un-mentored projects are additional ideas you may want to consider, but you will have to contact us to find a mentor. You can also propose your own project, if you can think of one that better fits your interest and skill level. If a project description is unclear or you have any questions, please get in touch with its mentor and/or send an email to the program admins at [opw@ffmpeg.org].