Want to work on Free Software? Positions and internships available!

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At ENST, a French engineering school and research institute located in Paris, France, we currently have two internship proposals to work on XWiki, a Free Software wiki. European candidates may apply. Interns will receive 800€/month. Contact me if you need more information.

We also have fixed-term positions available (up to 18 months) on similar subjects (working on XWiki). Net income will be around 2000€/month. Do not hesitate to contact me if you are an European citizen and want to apply.

First proposal:

Internship (6 months): Interface design for an embedded distributed wiki

The applicant would work in the ENST XWiki Concerto team. The team goal is to port the XWiki engine (a java scriptable and semantic wiki) to an embedded mobile target.

The applicant mission would be to adapt the current XWiki user interface for a PDA/Mobile phone. He/She should take into consideration the reduced screen size and the different input devices. Exploration of innovative ideas which increase the ergonomy of the application will be encouraged.

The applicant needs experience in computer-human interaction, java developpement and web open standards (html, css).

Second proposal:

Internship (6 months): Rearchitecture and port of a wiki engine to an embedded device.

The applicant would work in the ENST XWiki Concerto team. The team goal is to port the XWiki engine (a java scriptable and semantic wiki) to an embedded mobile target.

The applicant mission would be to isolate components in the current XWiki engine, port them to a J2ME CDC configuration, and integrate them in the embedded XWiki application.

He/She should take into consideration the space and performance limitations of the mobile device when adapting the components.

Strong java skills are mandatory. Experience in embedded developpement would be greatly appreciated.
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