Welcome everyone, this is your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and this time we will talk about the Week 2 of the coding period for GSoC 2019 and the story of the elusive pull requests which people had to wait almost the whole week for. The Weekend after the Meeting A Bad Start Finally, the Pull Request The Meeting for the Week The Next Week The Weekend after the Meeting The plan for the week was discussed in the meeting held on May 30 which was to post a PR with the Clang work and get on track with LFortran with the developer examples in the developer tutorial and post a PR if possible.
Welcome everyone, this is your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and today I would like to tell you about the Community Bonding Period of GSoC 2019 and also talk about my project and organization in detail. GSoC My Project The Organizations Community Bonding Period GSoC Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a 12-week program, sponsored by Google to promote open-source among various college students around the world, where the people selected are assigned to projects from different open-source organizations working over the summer contributing to open-source software.
Welcome everyone, I am your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and I will be barraging you with blogs of my progress with my GSoC project. This is the blog for the first week of work. The official coding started May 27. Today is May 31, it’s been 5 days of work and I’ve had some progress since Monday and had the meeting for the first week yesterday. The week has not been as productive as I would’ve liked to be but I managed to get in some work.
Hello Everyone, I am Sc0rpi0n101(Nikhil Maan). I am a Junior at Amity University, Noida with a Computer Science Major. I am a student developer and I have worked with C/C++ for a few years and Python for a few months. I am also learning Fortran currently for my GSoC project and plan to learn full stack Python development in the hope of creating my websites and this blog in full stack instead of Hugo.