I am Ridhish Jain Full-stack web developer, UG at IIT Dhanbad, India
I found this organization interesting and would like to do GSoC in this
I went through the 2019 idea-list and found this projects interesting:
CentOS CI user front endAlthough this was in the list of completed projects
in 2019. I wanted to ask if the project can reappear in 2020. If yes, can
you tell me how to start contributing to this project and if not, Is there
any way I can contribute to this organization as a web developer?
On Sun, Jan 26, 2020 at 7:26 PM ANSHUL DUTT SHARMA
> Hi vipul , can you please tell me how should I start contributing to fedora.
Please join #fedora-join on Freenode or @joinfedora on telegram and
folks there would help you get started as per your interest and
> On Sun, 26 Jan 2020, 7:22 pm Vipul Siddharth, <siddharthvipul1(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 26, 2020 at 7:05 PM ANSHUL DUTT SHARMA
>> <anshuldutt21(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi can anyone please tell me whether release -bots project is coming up this year since there is no activity in the repo.
>> So far, there is no plans for release bot to be a part of GSoC. In
>> case we happen to think of something, it will be on , please keep
>> an eye there.
>> If you have any ideas for packit/release-bot that you would like to
>> see in GSoC, do propose and let us know here.
>>  https://pagure.io/mentored-projects/issues
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>> Vipul Siddharth
>> CentOS CI Infrastructure Team
>> Red Hat
>> w: vipul.dev
CentOS CI Infrastructure Team
I am Apoorv Srivastava a first-year computer science strident. I
was looking for an organization that I can contribute to in Python that's
when I came across Fedora.
Can you please help me get started.
Respected Sir/ Ma'am
I am Varad Bhatnagar from IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India. I am a student in
the Computer Science Department here. I am interested in participating
in GSoC 2020 by contributing to your organization. I am well versed with
Operating System concepts such as Shells, Memory Allocators,
Synchronization, Processes and Multithreading.
Some of the projects that I have done as part of the coursework here are:
1. Writing my own mini Shell which mimics BASH Commands. I used several
system calls and some of my own logic to accomplish this.
2. Writing my own Memory allocator using Buddy System.
3. Building a Distributed Hash Table using the Chord Protocol.
Please give me pointers on how to get started with your organization in
Thanks and Regards
Hello smart people, im Harsh. I love making ui and stuff but since i only
started out last year so i don't have much to show for it except for some
screenshots of my college projects. Heres a gdrive link to them.
Ive been using fedora ever since i booted up linux (aug '18😅). But i feel
the ui being a bit old-school. So id like to contribute in whatever way I
can (preferably modernising some parts 😁 otherwise im happy to solve some
So please someone help me with finding a project to begin with. 😇 🤞
Hi, my name is Jonathan and I just completed the Time Bound Computation task.Im very sorry for causing a hassle but I asked a few questions the other day and nobody replied.I’m not angry but rather wondering if anyone is monitoring the feed from that task.I apologize for sending the email at a bad time, but there is limited time in which to do tasks as the competition finishes on the 21st.Thank you.
I am interesting in doing this task,
I have a Weemos D1 module with me and I was wondering whether it would it
be possible to substitute the NodeMCU module with a Weemos D1, or
another wifi enabled module?
As the NodeMCU module is taking 10-14 days delivery time when I
Thanks in advance,