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||Alexandr Akulich||akulichalexander@gmail.com||TelepathyQt Developer|| ||Alexandr Akulich||akulichalexander@gmail.com||[[https://packages.qa.debian.org/t/telepathy-qt.html|TelepathyQt]] Developer||
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Improving voice, video and chat communication with free software

Description of the project: have a look through the project ideas at project.freertc.org. Filter the list using the tags for programming languages you are most familiar with (for example, C, C++, Python, Java, PHP). In your application, specify which of the ideas you would like to work on. Some of these are only small projects and you will need to propose doing more than one of them during the summer.

  • How to contact the mentor: join the Free RTC mailing list and send a message introducing yourself

  • Confirmed co-mentors: Do you know anybody who is willing to be part of the mentoring team? If so, please ask them to contact me.

  • Deliverables of the project: completing one or more of the issues in project.freertc.org

  • Desirable skills: At least one of C, C++, Java, Python, ?JavaScript

  • What the intern will learn: helping people to avoid using proprietary communications tools like Skype, Viber and ?WhatsApp. Learning about SIP, XMPP and peer-to-peer technology.

Mentoring team




Alexandr Akulich


TelepathyQt Developer

Boris Grozev


Jitsi Developer

Daniel Pocock


Debian Developer

Juliana Louback


Java/Python/JS Developer

Tristan Mahe


VOIP Engineer/Developer