| [[Summer_of_Code_Project_Ideas#Chebfun_in_Octave | Chebfun in Octave]] || Colin B. Macdonald || [[User:KaKiLa|KaKiLa]], Ankit Raj, needs core-Octave mentor/comentor || Infrastructure, Numerical || Yes || Hard || Never
| [[Summer_of_Code_Project_Ideas#Octave_code_sharing | Octave code sharing]] || [[User:Siko1056|Kai T. Ohlhus]] || ? || Infrastructure || Yes || Medium || Never
| [[Summer_of_Code_Project_Ideas#GUI Variable Editor and Property Inspector | GUI Property Inspector]] || ? || || GUI || Yes || Medium || Never
=== Octave code sharing ===
Recently, on the [[OctConf_2017]] a [https://rawgit.com/siko1056/Octconf2017/master/octconf2017-publish-ohlhus-slides.pdf talk] about uploading [https://www.gnu.org/software/octave/doc/interpreter/XREFpublish.html published Octave code] to a MediaWiki (like this one) as an easy way to share code was given. With the talk, a [https://github.com/siko1056/OctConf2017 repository] containing example code for the MediaWiki upload is given. This might continue the idea of an unfinished [[Agora]] code sharing website, but one is not restricted to fully stay with the proposed approach. Another, but more ambitious idea is for example [http://central.scipy.org/ Scipy Central] - a website for Scipy code sharing. Their [https://github.com/scipy/SciPyCentral Code] is released under a BSD license.
* '''Minimum requirements'''
: Ability to read and write Octave code, some familiarity with C++ ([https://curl.haxx.se libcurl]), web development (GET/POST/FORM data, cookies), and [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki MediaWiki].
: [[User:Siko1056|Kai T. Ohlhus]]
=== SPQR Interface ===