[CHAOSS] GSoC'19 Aspirant
glink at unomaha.edu
Thu Nov 29 18:12:45 UTC 2018
You can get an idea of what we had proposed for this year's GSoC students.
The following page also points you to two projects that you could start
with (i.e. Augur <https://github.com/chaoss/augur>and GrimoireLab
Considering your interest in getting hands on with coding, there are others
in the community who are better suited to get you stared.
On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 10:27 AM Atharva Sharma <mailatharvasharma at gmail.com>
> Thank you for getting back to me George !
> I have worked with Front-End Web technologies : Vue.js, Bootstrap,
> I am good with C and C++ and also familiar with Git and GitHub.
> I am ready to work on Software Development, discussing Metric Definitions,
> and or Documentation.
> Why don't you suggest a project which would be best suited ? If possible,
> that would be a great help to me.
> Thank you for your time.
> On Thu, Nov 29, 2018, 8:42 PM Georg Link <glink at unomaha.edu wrote:
>> Welcome Atharva Sharma,
>> What kind of contributions would you like to make? Software development?
>> Discussing metric definitions (I know it is hard to understand what that
>> means)? Documenting work we do?
>> The easiest way to get started is by asking questions about what we do
>> and joining our weekly calls.
>> On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 5:57 AM Atharva Sharma <
>> mailatharvasharma at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I am Atharva Sharma, I love making open source contributions and I have
>>> completed the Hacktoberfest 2019 too.
>>> I am interested in contributing to one of your projects. Please guide me
>>> how to begin.
>>> I'll be also applying for GSoC '19.
>>> Looking forward to hearing from you.
>>> Thank you,
>>> Atharva Sharma
>>> CHAOSS mailing list
>>> CHAOSS at lists.linuxfoundation.org
>> Georg J.P. Link
>> PhD Candidate
>> College of Information Science and Technology | PKI 367
>> University of Nebraska at Omaha | www.unomaha.edu
Georg J.P. Link
College of Information Science and Technology | PKI 367
University of Nebraska at Omaha | www.unomaha.edu
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