On Friday, February 7, 2014 12:11:27 PM UTC+1, srp_ wrote:
Yes, I generally do that but what I often see is that most of the project
I find there are already pretty mature and done. I am looking for something
that is still in the nascent stage!
Some pseudo-random suggestions:https://github.com/akavel/ditaa
- my WIP port ofhttp://ditaa.sourceforge.net/
from Java to Go; not very ambitious, but
advantages include clear goal and completeness metric ("all ported and
working = finished"), and possibly high fun metric (yay! images from text!).https://github.com/tardisgo/tardisgo
- WIP Go -> Haxe -> JS/Java/C++/...
translator - much more ambitious and interesting project than the one
above, better for CV etc.http://golang.org/issue
- Yes, You Too Can Contribute To Go Language.
Fairly mature project, but still much to be done, and authors like to
change stuff (and "change", for programmers, sounds very close to "break",
which again results in more work to be done).
Hope this might help you!
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