Hi, I'm Sebastián from Colombia, I'm a first time coder at GSoC and student
of Computer Science/Engineering; I like Cloud Computing and all it's uses,
so I researched Mo Morsi's idea of "Bringing the Cloud Computing to Fedora
Desktop", using Aeolus. I've made my proposal here :
feedback is welcome, I want to make it a strong proposal so I'll be
very grateful to any help.
Best wishes to all of you.
*Sebastián Aguado Bedoyao*
I would like to propose for Integrate Proxy Settings and Network
Connections. I have committed my proposal on
I don't what exactly I should do in the proposal period, so it is a little
late to commit my proposal in this maillist.
I'm a senior student in Peking University and have some experience
programming under Linux. I want to contribute to the fedoraproject for I
have used Fedora as my laptop Linux OS for many years.
Department of Computer Science
School of EECS
As you all aware we are at the evaluation period of your proposals.
>From today, we have exactly 7 days to make the final decision.
We have good number of strong proposals so that it is hard to take
a decision. We are getting some limited number of slots from Google,
otherwise we would have accepted all the strong proposals we have.
Therefore a selection should have to be made. Your mentors are
probably looking some other facts.
Do make the mentors selection process hard. Keep communications with
the mentor, the community. Start contributing other teams in Fedora. Get
familiar with the Fedora project, implement your project as planned. Blog
everything you are doing.
Further if you want to get any clarification, support feel free to content me
at any time.
Happy Summer Coding !!
Buddhike Chandradeepa Kurera(bckurera)
Fedora Ambassador - APAC region
Event Liaison - Design Team
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | IRC: bckurera
I am a Physics Engineering student at Istanbul Technical University,
Turkey. I am also a developer at Pardus, a Linux distribution developed
by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey.
Web Hosting Control Panel is one of the proposed ideas for GSoC 2012 in
Fedora. The main purpose is to create a free control panel which Fedora
users can install as a package. This panel will allow users to manage
their own hosting system without manually editing configuration files.
My application for proposal is here, and I have also developed a
demo for panel. There are only few pages in demo, but I will try to
add all pages. It is a (very) early preview of how the control panel
will look like when GSoC period is over.
Feel free to contact me for questions, ideas and suggestions or any
other type of feedback. :)
Onur Güzel - http://www.onurguzel.com/
Istanbul Technical University
My proposal for GSoC'12 Fedora Project can be found here
know its well past deadline, but suggestions are always welcome and would
help me improve the proposal further.
> Hello Students,
> Happy Easter !!
> We received much proposals than we can easily handle.
> Thanks for your interest towards the Fedora Project.
> According to the program it is not possible to accept all the *good*
> proposals we
> received even though it is our wish. Mentors are busy sorting, reviewing
> proposals and most of the time they need your feedback in some instances,
> therefore it is good to keep in touch with your inbox and respond to
> Further please feel free to start discussions on the mailing lists,
> IRC channels,
> start working towards the idea and so on. Refer to fedoras' join page
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Join and find a right team to work with
> besides your
> GSoC project.
> Obviously some students will get selected. The best among the best
> But disregarding whether you get selected or not you can keep contributing
> towards the project. The Fedora project is one of the best projects
> you can hang on.
> The friendly community will always help you. So feel free to be a part
> of the community.
> If you want help, it is an email away !
> Buddhike Chandradeepa Kurera(bckurera)
> Fedora Ambassador - APAC region
> Event Liaison - Design Team
> Email: bckurera(a)fedoraproject.org | IRC: bckurera
> I have started going through the Wiki pages and am working on Features
module now. My university exams take up most of my time, so I cannot
contribute much in terms of code for the next couple of weeks but I am
working on getting familiar with the Project Review and how to contribute
to Insight part.
Rabi Shanker Guha
Email: guha.rabishankar(a)gmail.com | Username: rabisg
plan to implement a binding translator from python to GlusterFS providing
the POSIX file system calls that GlusterFS already offer through a python
module, creating an abstraction layer of the inner workings of the
GlusterFS. The translator must bind all operations (like create, read,
setxattr etc) provided by libglusterfs.so without change the actual
architeture of GlusterFS and in a way that a python programmer will be able
to connect this one, in the simpliest way possible, to his code being
possible to manipulate all arguments necessary, without find any
Undergraduate in Computer Science - www.ccc.ufcg.edu.br
Member of Distributed Systems Laboratory - www.lsd.ufcg.edu.br
Member of Guardians System Administrator group - www.lcc.ufcg.edu.br
IsItFedoraRuby.com (http://IsItFedoraRuby.com) is an idea proposed in this year's Google Summer of Code. The website will be mainly used for tracking the progress of the conversion of each gem (similar to isitruby19.com (http://isitruby19.com)), promoting the Fedora/Ruby integration, as well as highlighting some success stories. Hopefully, this website will let more people to be aware of the project, and thus more would contribute to make it better.
I have drafted a proposal with some preliminary design of the website. The proposal is at:
I have already started a discussion in the Fedora Ruby-SIG mailing list, but if you have any ideas or suggestions, you are more than welcome to bring them up here.
Any feedback is much appreciated!
I'm Feroze and I'm doing my undergrad in Engineering. I love recording and
mixing my own music and have helped with my school skits and theatre. Most
of my audio production work was done on Windows.
I have a lot of experience with Linux development and would like to create
Fedora Audio Spin. I am attracted to Fedora for its values regarding free
software. I have been wanting an audio production environment with truly
free and un-patented software. I want to make the Audio Spin very simple
and intuitive for users with no prior Linux experience.
My project proposal -