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Video display hooks needed for off--screen model.

As many of you may or may not know, there is a freeware open-source screen reader for blind and visually impaired people written in Python called NVDA (Nonvisual Desktop Access.) The software runs on Windows2000, xp (all versions) and vista. The project is coming along quickly however we need video display hooks to create an off-screen model so that NVDA can give more information to the blind computer user, and also implement such things as mouse simulation. Video display hooks will also allow us to support even more applications and enhance the support of the current applications even more-so. These video display hooks for the offscreen model need to be written in Python if possible. To download NVDA, go to

http://www.nvda-project.org

We as developers and testers haven't been able to figure out how to implement video display hooks so NVDA can utilise an off-screen model so far. Any help would be greatly appreciated. You may contact me about this project at
Josh Kennedy
jkenn337@gmail.com
msn messenger contact: Josh Kennedy kenn6498ku@hotmail.com
skype contact: jkenn337

Again any assistance with this project would be greatly apreciated. Video display hooks will greatly increase the abilities of the NVDA screen-reader. Note, this position is not restricted to blind programmers if you have sight and can help please contact me. There is also an email list for NVDA at nvda@freelists.org .

Volunteer Opportunities in Python

The purpose of this page is to act as an adjunct to the [http://www.python.org/community/jobs/ Python Jobs] page, which only allows the posting of paying jobs.

This page is dedicated to volunteer opportunities that are not necessarily any different from any other "real" job, except for the fact that the work is not done for pay. There's a separate page with information if you want to [http://www.python.org/psf/volunteer.html volunteer to help the PSF].

How To Submit a Volunteer Job

There is already a [http://www.python.org/Jobs-howto.html Python Jobs HowTo] page, and it would be best if you could follow those same instructions as closely as possible for this page. Doing so will allow people who are already familiar with this site to access the material quickly and easily, and should help increase your chances of getting a suitable volunteer sooner rather than later.

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Please review the [http://www.python.org/moin/HelpContents MoinMoin Help] page if you have any questions regarding how to edit this page, how to use wikis, etc....

Please put all available positions starting after the following title.

Currently Available Volunteer Positions

Project: Contribute to a cool opensource Virtualization Project [http://xenman.sourceforge.net Convirt/XenMan]

XenMan is graphical tool aimed at operational lifecycle management for Xen virtualisation. XenMan is built on the belief that ease-of-use and sophistication can, and should, co-exist in a single tool that can serve both novice and expert users alike.

We are seeking enthusiastic python developers to make this a defacto tool for Virtualization management.

We have a number of interesting areas to contribute :

  • ConVirt LiveCD

  • Migration support
  • Support multiple Virtualization technologies
  • Headless Xenman (server)
  • Policy support
  • Charting metrics
  • Internationalization scheme and translations
  • Packaging for distributions
  • Windows port

and more.....

http://xenman.sourceforge.net

Contact us at the forum for the project or write to jd_jedi@users.sourceforge.net

/Jd


http://www.eurocv.eu/images/logos/eurocv_little.gif

[http://www.eurocv.eu/page.php?q=eurocv EuroCv] Official Python Developer:

Project: We are looking for a Volunteer Python Expert to develop a free Python application. We offer high visibility in all European Companies and we will publish a Promotional text in the [http://www.eurocv.eu EuroCv] website.

[http://www.eurocv.eu/page.php?q=eurocv EuroCv] is a network of professionals around the global whose curriculum vitae are available 24/7 in the European format free-of-charge to anyone through the world wide web.

Through the [http://www.eurocv.eu/page.php?q=eurocv EuroCv] Website : http://www.eurocv.eu, job-seekers can post and update their curriculum vitae in European Format (in any language) along with a cover letter and photo, free of charge. [http://www.eurocv.eu/page.php?q=eurocv EuroCv] system allows certain information to be secured or shared publically. Any information stored on the EuroCv system will not expire automatically.

The [http://www.eurocv.eu/page.php?q=eurocv EuroCv] system provides the job-seeker the flexibility to update the information, in one central location, without modifying the public access code that he or she can distribute to any potential employers. Employers can easily access the [http://www.eurocv.eu/page.php?q=eurocv EuroCv] system through the same Web site and view or download the information free of charge. For more information about this service: http://eurocv.eu/page.php?q=EuroCv

This software must connect itself with a free webservice developed by [http://www.eurocv.eu/page.php?q=eurocv EuroCv] Community (Free service to publish a European Curriculum).

We need help from python developers who also know:

  • MySQL
  • XML
  • WSDL (Web Service)

Job Description: Create a Python Soap Client to connect [http://www.eurocv.eu/page.php?q=eurocv EuroCv] Free webservice.

  • Contact: Michelangelo Turillo

  • E-mail contact: staff [at] eurocv [dot] eu

  • Skype: eurocv

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[http://www.escreeningroom.org E Screening Room] (San Rafael, CA, USA)

Job Description: This is not for the faint of heart ! If you have time to hammer this out in the next three weeks let us know… We will be building an integration of “Broadcast Machine” with Paypal subscription services.*

We are looking for a volunteer web developer with a passion for documentary films and in support of the freedom of speech, with experience with perl, Python mysql. We are using agile (extreme) programming methods. We can’t pay you anything but you get to create the cool feature to support the freedom of speech.

The non-profit E Screening Room http://escreeningroom.org/ is dedicated to connect independent documentary film makers with their audience. We have on-line website dedicated to viewing unabridged independent documentary films at http://escreeningroom.org. We are starting a new website http://indiewebfest.org which will be an online filmfestival based running on open source “Broadcast Machine” from http://www.getdemocracy.com/broadcast/. The neat thing of the “Broadcast Machine” is that it is bittorrent based, and thus allows for unlimited band wide without significant funding. In effect this means that you don’t have to come up with thousands of $$ to distribute your idea or your film.

Independent documentary films are born out of the passion –often compassion - for the subject of the film. Often these documentaries are self financed. But there is little financial gain out of documentary film. As a result, documentary producers get discouraged and often leave the field. We think that’s a shame: to lose an independent voice, is a loss for a free society. At the e screening room we are changing that by connecting documentary filmmakers with their audience.

Project: The idea is to allow viewers to subscribe to a site through paypal. The viewer would pay a low monthly fee to get assess to a subset (subscription only) of the films on the site. The subscription fees are then redistributed to the filmmakers papal accounts based on viewer ship and will fund the site. This project will take place independent of getdemocracy.com but application will be released as open source. I expect that it will take about 40 hour over two months.


wxwindows debugger

project Dex Tracker

The Dex Tracker Project is looking for someone to help debug a ogl aplication that is almost finished. The file in question is tracker.py currently it is a modified version of the ogl sample with aditional code added. What is needed is to seperate it from the run.py (or run2.py) that it is being forced to use. Windows is required (unless you wish to do alot more coding for a port) Project is at http://www.stormpages.com/edexter/csound.html and I should be reached through the google board at http://groups.google.com/group/dexrow-software-and-programming-group

Video display hooks needed for off--screen model.

As many of you may or may not know, there is a freeware open-source screen reader for blind and visually impaired people written in Python called NVDA (Nonvisual Desktop Access.) The software runs on Windows2000, xp (all versions) and vista. The project is coming along quickly however we need video display hooks to create an off-screen model so that NVDA can give more information to the blind computer user, and also implement such things as mouse simulation. Video display hooks will also allow us to support even more applications and enhance the support of the current applications even more-so. These video display hooks for the offscreen model need to be written in Python if possible. To download NVDA, go to

http://www.nvda-project.org

We as developers and testers haven't been able to figure out how to implement video display hooks so NVDA can utilise an off-screen model so far. Any help would be greatly appreciated. You may contact me about this project at Josh Kennedy jkenn337@gmail.com msn messenger contact: Josh Kennedy kenn6498ku@hotmail.com skype contact: jkenn337

Again any assistance with this project would be greatly apreciated. Video display hooks will greatly increase the abilities of the NVDA screen-reader. Note, this position is not restricted to blind programmers if you have sight and can help please contact me. There is also an email list for NVDA at nvda@freelists.org .

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