Check out ecere.org for screenshots and more information about the Ecere SDK, or ec-lang.org for sample eC code and more information about the eC language.
Our GitHub repository is at github.com/ecere/ecere-sdk, and we can be reached on irc.freenode.net in channel #ecere.
We have organized ideas by our various projects which are likely to appeal to students with specific interests. You can also navigate these projects from the left side bar.
eC and its compiler:
Mix and Match proposalBecause some of these ideas are relatively short, especially easier one, we would like to welcome students to pick and choose related ideas which they would feel comfortable to complete during the summer as part of their proposal. Ideas we know for sure will not keep students busy for 3 months are identified as such ('very short'), inviting to bundle with related ideas.
Depending on skills and experience a student should have a good idea how much time these shorter tasks should take, and we will be available to discuss and guide these proposals as well.
It is important to avoid taking on more work as part of the proposal than can be reasonably achieved, because all selected tasks will need to be completed for a successful project.
If all tasks are completed early, it will always be possible to contribute to other tasks as long as no other student are working on them.
Blue-Sky proposalAlthough these ideas we have identified are what we feel are most needed to increase the usefulness of our software, you may have other awesome ideas which could greatly benefit the community, or you may want to suggest a different approach or variations to some of our own ideas.
We would like to welcome such proposal and we will be happy to discuss these as well.