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dmcneela
Hi Everybody,

I just wanted to stop by the mailing list and introduce myself. My name's Daniel McNeela, and I'm a student at the University of California, Berkeley studying applied math and computer science. I'm hoping to pitch in with MuseScore development as part of the Google Summer of Code. I've played guitar and piano for many years, and I like to compose jazz, folk, and rock music. I have used MuseScore quite a bit in the past for notating a number of the compositions that I've written, so this is a project that I'm really passionate about.

I just cloned the git repo and built from source, and I plan on familiarizing myself with the code over the next few days. I'm able to run musescore from the command line, but I'm unable to access it from my applications folder in Ubuntu, so if anybody has a possible fix for that, please let me know. Other than that, it's great to make your acquaintance and I hope to get to know everyone further over the coming weeks!

Best,

Daniel
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Re: Looking To Participate in GSOC

lasconic
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Welcome Daniel.


Good to hear you managed to compile MuseScore!
As you know we have an idea list https://musescore.org/en/developers-handbook/google-summer-code/ideas-2016 but if you are a MuseScore user, I guess you already know a missing feature or a feature you want to improve this summer.

Lasconic

2016-03-06 12:34 GMT+04:00 dmcneela <[hidden email]>:
Hi Everybody,

I just wanted to stop by the mailing list and introduce myself. My name's
Daniel McNeela, and I'm a student at the University of California, Berkeley
studying applied math and computer science. I'm hoping to pitch in with
MuseScore development as part of the Google Summer of Code. I've played
guitar and piano for many years, and I like to compose jazz, folk, and rock
music. I have used MuseScore quite a bit in the past for notating a number
of the compositions that I've written, so this is a project that I'm really
passionate about.

I just cloned the git repo and built from source, and I plan on
familiarizing myself with the code over the next few days. I'm able to run
musescore from the command line, but I'm unable to access it from my
applications folder in Ubuntu, so if anybody has a possible fix for that,
please let me know. Other than that, it's great to make your acquaintance
and I hope to get to know everyone further over the coming weeks!

Best,

Daniel



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Ruchit Agrawal
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Hi Daniel,
You say you are able to run MuseScore from the command line but not from the applications menu in Ubuntu. Sounds like you missed out on executing 'sudo make install'. Happy MuseScoring  :)

On Sun, Mar 6, 2016 at 2:04 PM, dmcneela <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Everybody,

I just wanted to stop by the mailing list and introduce myself. My name's
Daniel McNeela, and I'm a student at the University of California, Berkeley
studying applied math and computer science. I'm hoping to pitch in with
MuseScore development as part of the Google Summer of Code. I've played
guitar and piano for many years, and I like to compose jazz, folk, and rock
music. I have used MuseScore quite a bit in the past for notating a number
of the compositions that I've written, so this is a project that I'm really
passionate about.

I just cloned the git repo and built from source, and I plan on
familiarizing myself with the code over the next few days. I'm able to run
musescore from the command line, but I'm unable to access it from my
applications folder in Ubuntu, so if anybody has a possible fix for that,
please let me know. Other than that, it's great to make your acquaintance
and I hope to get to know everyone further over the coming weeks!

Best,

Daniel



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dmcneela
Hi Ruchit,

Thanks for your reply. The strange thing is that I did run 'sudo make install' so I have no clue what went wrong. I'm wondering if it was installed to a path not recognized by the applications menu.
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