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Hello everyone, I'm a student at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur; pursuing B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering. I have an exceptional interest in coding and have accumulated a lot of experience in the past year, and want to put it to good use this summer. I would be glad if people could give their views about my ideas for GSoC 2015.
1) Implementing OpenCV library for Processing.py. I have used this library quite a lot, and personally find it very easy to use, even for small projects which don't require its mathematical portions. Even a small portion of OpenCV would do a nice task for most purposes.
2) Implementing better text-editing tools for Processing IDE, things like a vim-tool (I'm a vim user), emacs tool, and/or a modern syntax/editing tool. I had a lot of trouble with the Arduino IDE, and noticed that the text-editing mode could do with a lot of fixes and improvements. It sounds like a small project for GSoC, comments?
3) Working on processing.py. I am pretty comfortable with Python and JAVA. Any specific things which come to mind concerning this? What should I write about in my proposal for this?
4) Documentation for processing.py. Should this be combined with the above point?
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