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- Feb 28 2017, 9:39 PM (137 w, 2 d)
Jul 18 2017
Apr 3 2017
Thank you for reviewing my proposal. Sorry I wasn't able to respond earlier, I was busy in a 36 hours long 'Smart India Hackathon', it's over now. I would definitely work upon on your suggestions and submit the final proposal into the GSoC system in few hours.
Apr 1 2017
Please have a look on my proposal draft, allow me to utilize your valuable feedback to improve it further so that I can upload a final version.
Thank you, waiting for your response.
Mar 26 2017
I have prepared my first draft of the proposal, please review and comment wherever necessary, it will help in improving it more.
Mar 8 2017
Since the task has been updated, I have been following the resources present on it, also I am getting my self acquainted with the prerequisites too.
One of the resource link is leading to a O'reilly book "Test-Driven Development with Python" and it is advised to read 1-4 chapters from it, the book contains py and django based app development content.
Mar 6 2017
Oh alright I see, thanks for the heads up @maltefiala, then I should certainly focus on other aspects of this project.
Thanks @maltefiala for the update and for the application reminder, I am looking forward to apply. I will go through this updated task once again to get a more clear understanding to make my basic fundamentals more strong.
Mar 2 2017
Thanks for your interest in my work, so here are my views to your queries,
Mar 1 2017
Hi again, thanks for the reply Andrej and yes let's see what others have in their mind, meanwhile I will try the example you have mentioned and try to learn more about the project idea itself.
Thanks again, I hope to make some progress very soon.
Feb 28 2017
I am Anudit Verma, a final year CS undergrad from University School of Information, Communication and Technology (USICT), Delhi, India. I am an avid open source enthusiast and a contributor, always interested in learning something new while contributing significantly to the open source community. I have worked earlier on a GSoC project with CiviCRM, in helping them integrate OSDI API into their system, my project can be seen here. I did most of my project's work in PHP, along with that it include working with JSON & XML data, I also know C/C++, haven't used Google's Protocol Buffers though, but I am very much interested in this project, I might learn something new and exciting. You can know more about me at anudit.in/aboutme
I followed the discussion on this thread, so I am also aware of the fact that we are currently focusing more on the project's tasks and discussing less about which language to be used in order to complete this project, but I have a small doubt here, so is it upon a student to choose the language to go with, which is the part of his skill set ? I completely understand the fact that we are not choosing the ease of code-bility of a student in any language rather we could set a specific language so as to optimise the project itself at the end. Could you please throw more light in this regard ? Also it would be great if you can provide some links of the resources from where I can learn more about the code base of Apertus and start my contributions.