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  1. #11
    Perl Commando Dan Sully's Avatar
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    How you can help with SlimServer!

    * reptile shaped the electrons to say...

    >I'd love to help too. I'm a developer by trade and have been playing
    >around with perl for a while. The problem I have is I don't know where
    >to start, even with the list! I'm new to open source and don't want to
    >step on anyone's toes by grabbing something that someone else was going
    >to do. Is there a process for assigning bugs or documentation work to
    >people?


    Craig - the best place to start is just by asking on this list. So far there
    hasn't been much done, except for some documentation updates to the Wiki

    Just send out a message - "Hey, I want to work on this", and see if anyone else is as well.

    -D
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    It does not do to leave a live Dragon out of your calculations..

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    NOT a Slim Devices Employee kdf's Avatar
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    Re: How you can help with SlimServer!

    Quoting reptile <reptile.1xzfmz (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com>:

    >
    > I'd love to help too. I'm a developer by trade and have been playing
    > around with perl for a while. The problem I have is I don't know where
    > to start, even with the list! I'm new to open source and don't want to
    > step on anyone's toes by grabbing something that someone else was going
    > to do. Is there a process for assigning bugs or documentation work to
    > people?


    If you see a bug you want to help with, just leave a comment about it. Actual
    help is much needed.

    most discussion is kept to the dev list, and bugs. If you see other
    areas that
    fit your interest, feel free to submit your own RFE with ideas, or bring it up
    in the dev list for feedback.

    -kdf

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    Slimserver acc

    is there any chance of slimserver being compatable with apples proteced acc files

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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    Re: How you can help with SlimServer!

    > is there any chance of slimserver being compatable with apples proteced
    > acc files


    You'll have to ask Steve Jobs: as long as Apple does not license the
    necessary technologie, there won't be any application beside Apple's own.

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    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger
    > is there any chance of slimserver being compatable with apples proteced
    > acc files


    You'll have to ask Steve Jobs: as long as Apple does not license the
    necessary technologie, there won't be any application beside Apple's own.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4828296.stm
    may be of interest.

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    DS as remote

    If anyone is still considering working on a skin for the Nintendo DS (I know there are several posts but nothing recent), I would be glad to help test. I have a DS Lite, SB3, and Slimserver 6.5.2.

    lee

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