[PC-BSD Dev] Help offer
claudio at hpgcc3.org
Wed Apr 24 10:25:22 PDT 2013
I've used PCBSD for a while now, and I noticed there's very few
developers. I can help with C/C++/ASM/Qt/Shell scripts, or even LUA. I
have experience with both x86 and ARM systems. I mainly code as a hobby.
I just finished writing a new file system (published but not thoroughly
tested for production yet) and a multithreaded memory allocator (yet to
be published, just for fun, mine is faster than jemalloc, but I couldn't
beat tcmalloc... it's still about 10% faster than mine and uses less
memory, but it's OK for a hobby project). I've also prepared and
published a Board support package for the QNX OS, but I moved away when
they closed the source code. I'm willing to get involved, I can spare a
few hours a week and I don't get scared easily.
I've seen the TODO list, but I'm not sure that's even current. Are there
any (relatively small) tasks for me to start getting into? I'll take
bigger tasks as I get more familiar with how things progress. Anything
that's a priority?
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