[Mono-dev] GSoC 2012 - GTK# App

homerf44 szbadtke at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 21:56:37 UTC 2012


I would like to take part in GSoC this year.
During my research i had found many interesting projects, but only one truly
got my attention:

"GTK# Applications"

Mono is something new to me. To be honest, today i used it for the first
time :) (but i heard about it though)
To the point:
My head is usually full of concepts, two for starters

1.Application "better life" which will help people in fields such as:
-planning home budget,
-sport (training planner etc),
-diet planner
-maybe some plugin for social networks
example of use case:
"User want to lose a little bit weight. Application will help people turn
their motivation into the regular training. So, user chooses a 'sport' from
menu, then he sets the training program (maybe by himself, maybe there will
be some prepared a priori)
and from now, he will be reminded about events that are in his plan"
"User sets home budget planner with his personal data such as salary and
loans. He wants to save 10% of his salary this month. Application will
measure how much money user can spent daily that at the end of month he will
have 10% of salary saved."

2. "Entertain me!" application which will be perfect for procrastination
time :)
Application will search Internet for interesting informations, pictures,
news etc. (this is very wide area to discuss)

I will make some concept sketches later, maybe that will help clarify my

About me: 
My name is Simon and i was born 23 years ago. I'm studying at Gdansk
University of Technology (Poland). I have an engineer(bachelor) degree, and
i am still learning to gain MSc.
I'm using Fedora/Ubuntu/Windows. I know c# > c++ > c > python > java , but i
am open-minded person and i am eager to learn something new :)
As you can see I am not a native speaker and i hope that we will understand
each other. :)

With best wishes,


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