On 9/1/06, Pete <pspel at eircom.net> wrote:
> whether I would be sticking my neck out to try and tackle an MSc project
> on some aspect of a Linux based security issue. Basically, would I need
> to have been working with Linux longer and more seriously to consider
> this. If not, would any of you care to offer any suggestions on useful
> topics for consideration.
what standard of project are you looking for, or is expected of you?
1) Implement "something" and discuss
2) Implement something theoretical and discuss
3) Implement something with current and emerging technologies and
evaluate the differences, advantages and derive good practices
4) deploy services and schemes on variety of platforms and analyse and
discuss the advantages disadvantages and derive good practices
5) Devise an innovative solution to an existing hard problem and discuss
6) Propose a new problem, and solution and document and discuss
Because otherwise we could fire projects at you that don't come near
the level that is expected of you at your stage, or that far exceeds
the level expected and jeopardises your msc.
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