Disclaimer: This post is non-technical! Hey there Reader! A very good $time_of_the_day to you! nah, Geek-Web is not dead yet O:) I have enjoyed my open source journey so far, and I believe I have come a long way with respect to knowledge, skills, making new friends etc. It was not today that I realized that we are approaching the end of the year. My … Continue reading Shallow Blogging? | Lessons
This post is tagged with notes, such posts will be documentations of stuff that I learned or think that can be saved as notes. Also, they can be shared and is open for comments/opinions. Concept inspiration: one of my seniors sayan. I remember the uncertainty of concepts I had when I initially started working with the interactions between local machines and remote machines. I … Continue reading Notes: ssh- servers and clients.
As we all know, Fedora released its 25th version at the end of November ! So, we had a Fedora 25 Release Party on the 10th of December, 2016, organised by Sumantro Mukherjee, Sudhir Dharanendraiah and Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay at Christ University, Bangalore. The event was a success with fresh energy, the Christ University students from freshman year who were new to Linux, along with few old … Continue reading Fedora 25 Release Party – Bangalore
Hola reader ! 2016 had its lows and highs ! Struggles, achievements, new journeys and much more. Here I am in the last month of the year ! I joined as an intern in July, working on gdeploy: an Ansible based deployment tool for GlusterFS. From trying to figure out how it works to writing ansible playbooks and config files, I’ve come a long way ^_^ … Continue reading Wearing a Red Hat !
The definition for fedora-hubs has changed over the months ! Hubs has come a long way from when it was initially started. From new milestones, to new goals, new road-maps. There have been new contributors willing to contribute to hubs, but facing issues while setting it up locally. Thus an initiative to help out new contributors hack their way into the project. Few common terms … Continue reading Fedora-Hubs : Getting Started
I wanted to finish working on this feature by the end of the previous week but university exams were keeping me busy. As they say, Better late than never ! eh? 🙂 Quick Recap : I was working on the bookmark-modal window which would feature the hub pages bookmarked by the user, that the bookmarks-bar cannot hold (overflowing bookmarks) Week 1: I hacked on the … Continue reading Sortable !
Hi there, so we are in the second half of the year and its been quite exciting so far 😛 Looking forward to amazing times ! It’s been a week since the coding period began, the first feature that we plan to work on is the bookmark feature. Soon there will be quite some hub-pages for Users and also for groups, such as Infrastructure, Design, … Continue reading Scroll ! Think ! Bookmark !
A warm hello to the Summer Coding World. Devyani is a CS Undergraduate who will be working on Fedora-Hubs as her Google Summer of Code 2016 Project. The Google Summer of Code 2016 results were declared on 22nd April 2016. The Community Bonding Period has been amazing: meeting like-minded people, making new friends and being a part of this awesome community ! Initially in … Continue reading Fedora-Hubs: Google Summer of Code 2016
Hello reader, The third attempt and yeah made it, this time. 😀 No more regrets in life ! soon a GSoCer ! I started contributing to Fedora infrastructure projects after I returned from PyCon India 2014 prior which was contributing to gnome-shell, one can say that after this event, meeting people and the environment as a whole motivated and inspired a lot, and since then I never backed down … Continue reading GSoC Battle 2016
Hey there reader ! Its been quite some time since I updated about brainstormings going on for the new widgets for the hubs pages. So, I was working on an issue for the Subscriber/Subscribe widget, where I had to list the number of subscribers that were subscribed to this user(his/her hub page), and also the number of users he/she was subscribed to, basically the subscription stats. … Continue reading Modelling Models !