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There are literally hundreds of user-contributed feature suggestions on the '''[[Feature Requests]]''' page, which are partially organised into related groups.  A good project proposal could combine a number of these suggestions into one coherent proposal.
 
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There are literally hundreds of user-contributed feature suggestions on the Feature Requests page, which are partially organised into related groups. A good project proposal could combine a number of these suggestions into one coherent proposal.

Possible Mentors These are, in order, the most likely or best mentors for this project idea.
Skills For nearly all project ideas, wxWidgets and C++ programming are essential. Some projects need additional skills too.
Early Spinoffs We regard it as vital that projects have early spin-offs that can be completed well within the time. These early spin offs help to ensure that the code is useful to us. We don't want to end up with 'almost complete' code that we cannot use!