< GSoC | 2015Revision as of 08:21, 31 May 2015 by Akshay (talk | contribs)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Status reports for GSoC, OPFW and SoK 2015. Contents 1 Student Name (Please leave this as a template and make a copy for yourself!) 2 Akshay Ratan 3 Siddhesh suthar 4 Mohamed Anwer 5 Garvit Khatri Student Name (Please leave this as a template and make a copy for yourself!) Project Name: A Brief Description: Status: Screenshot: IRC Nick: IRC Channels: Blog: This is awesome about GSoC: This is what I learned during GSoC: Akshay Ratan Project Name: IRC Protocol for Kopete A Brief Description: Kopete does not have working IRC protocol support. In Kopete, git tree is unfinished semiported plugin from Kopete KDE3 which is not working. This project aims to provide a full fledged IRC Plugin support to Kopete. Status: Currently integrating Communi framework for IRC support in Kopete. Will be updating the progress on my blog soon. IRC Nick: akshay_r IRC Channels: #kopete, #kde-devel, #kde-soc, #kde-in, #plasma Blog: Akshay Ratan This is awesome about GSoC: The satisfaction of seeing your contribution integrated in real-world applications with so many people using it. The opprtunity to learn so many new things, and enjoying each and every bit of open-source software development. This is what I learned during GSoC: CMake, Git Version Controlling, IRC Protocols Siddhesh suthar Project Name: Port of GCompris to QtQuick A Brief Description: GCompris is a an educational software suite comprising of numerous activities for children aged 2 to 10. Originaly written in Gtk+ it's development team decided to rewrite it from scratch in Qt Quick. I am porting reading activities and will create new computer learning activities this summer. Status: Working on live feedback for reading activities IRC Nick: siddhism IRC Channels: #gcompris Blog: siddhism.github.io This is awesome about GSoC: We get to learn things and enjoy our work at the same time. It feels awesome to contribute and see our work integrated, inspires us to do more quality work. This is what I learned during GSoC: To properly plan and discuss the features. A lot to be learned in coding period yet. Mohamed Anwer Project Name: [digiKam] Rewrite database KIO-slaves as pure Qt5 with multithreading A Brief Description: Originally, KIO-Slaves was implemented to run database queries in a separate process to prevent problems with SQlite. Since SQlite support queries from separate threads, KIO-slaves can be dropped, and a new API can be implemented using pure Qt threads API. This will improve digiKam portability, and permit adjusting CPU cores assigned to database processes efficiently. Status: Dropping dependency on KIO-Slaves:In progress Patching the database files:In progress Creating GUI dedicated to controlling multithreading:In progress Writing test code:In progress Documentation:In progress Benchmarking:In progress IRC Nick: tootis IRC Channels: #digikam Blog: Mohamed Anwer This is awesome about GSoC: Not Yet This is what I learned during GSoC: Not Yet Garvit Khatri Project Name: Integrate Cantor with LabPlot A Brief Description: This project aims to integrate cantor (a front-end to powerful mathematics and statistics packages) with LabPlot (a scientific data plotter application). The expected result is a to use cantor's session data as to plot graphs inside labplot. Status: Workin on UI integration of cantor Screenshot: IRC Nick: garvitdelhi IRC Channels: #kde-devel, #kde-soc, #kde-edu Blog: http://garvitdelhi.blogspot.in/ This is awesome about GSoC: We get to write code with best community people and also get paid for it. We get to learn a lot of things as we progress with the summers. This is what I learned during GSoC: Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=GSoC/2015/StatusReports&oldid=42504" Category: Mentoring Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.