Re: [GSoC 2017] MuseScore: Lyrics Editor Project

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Re: [GSoC 2017] MuseScore: Lyrics Editor Project

shoogle

Hi Shalom,


Thanks for you interest in the Lyrics Editor project, and well done for compiling MuseScore on your own!


The best thing you can do to improve your chances at being picked is to fix a bug and submit a pull request. Even if it's just a small bug, this lets us see that you know what you are doing.


We also like people to be active members of the community, so feel free to introduce yourself via IRC (#musescore on Freenode) and join the discussions on the MuseScore forums.


Also, I have some questions for you:

  1. Are you a musician? (Which instrument/voice type?)
  2. Can you read sheet music and/or guitar tablature?
  3. What are you preferred programming languages? (Thanks for confirming you know C++/Qt!)
  4. Which OS do you use?
  5. Which of MuseScore's projects interest you?
  6. Is this your GitHub account? https://github.com/shalomRachapudi
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  7. Can you make yourself available from May 23rd until August 23 to work on MuseScore full time?
Best wishes,

Peter




From: shalomray7 [via MuseScore Developer] <ml-node+[hidden email]>
Sent: 24 March 2017 19:05
To: shoogle
Subject: [GSoC 2017] MuseScore: Lyrics Editor Project
 
Hello Peter Jonas,

I am interested in the "Lyrics Editor" project. I wish to do this
project as part of Google Summer of Code program provided it is not
delegated to someone else.

I have successfully built MuseScore from scratch and wondering if
there's anything I could do to improve my chances of getting assigned
to this project.

A little bit about myself: I am a master's student at the University
of Edinburgh majoring in computer science. Last year through GSoC, I
have developed one click installer for openSUSE. As a result, I meet
the requirements/skills (C++/Qt) for the lyrics editor as mentioned on
the ideas list.

I hope this will be yet another thrilling learning opportunity.
Looking forward to your reply. Thank you.

P.S. Here the link to last year's project code base @Link:
https://github.com/openSUSE/one-click-installer
github.com
README.md One Click Installer. One Click Install makes it easy for users to install software, no matter where that software is located. Prerequisite Packages
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Best,
Shalom
MSc (Computer Science 2016/17)
University of Edinburgh

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Re: [GSoC 2017] MuseScore: Lyrics Editor Project

shalomray7
Hi Peter,

Sorry for my late response. I was busy with assignments as this is the end of semester 2.

I'm working on "Add search field to template chooser in New Score Wizard"  and please have a look at @Link: https://paste.opensuse.org/59fa77dd . Due to complex internals, I'm unable to find out and fix the error.

> Are you a musician? (Which instrument/voice type?)
Yes, I am. I play piano, and guitar.

> Can you read sheet music and/or guitar tablature?
Unfortunately, I cannot read sheet music and I have a bit of experience with guitar tabs. I am going to take music lessons in the month of May after final exams.

> What are you preferred programming languages? (Thanks for confirming you know C++/Qt!)
C, C++, and Java.

> Which OS do you use?
Kubuntu 16.04

> Which of MuseScore's projects interest you?
Well, most of the projects require music theory knowledge which I don't posses. So, I'm interested in Lyrics Editor project as it requires less music theory (than the others) and it could be a starting point to get familiar with the code base.

> Is this your GitHub account? https://github.com/shalomRachapudi
Yes, it is.

> Can you make yourself available from May 23rd until August 23 to work on MuseScore full time?
Yes. I'll be done with my exams by May 18th.

Best,
Shalom
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