[Sugar-devel] Want to work on sugarizer dashboard this GSOC (Dinesh Choudhary)
lionel.laske at gmail.com
Mon Mar 20 16:58:46 EDT 2017
Thanks for your interest for the Sugarizer dashboard project.
You're right some other candidates are interested on this project. BTW it
does not prevent you to make your proposal. We'll have to select the best
candidate for the project and we'll study all proposal equally.
Because Sugarizer Server has already an existing API, a good way to start
on this project is to write a prototype. The API had to be completed
(specifically on authentication) but it's already possible to write basic
features on activities, users and journal. Of course, the more you could
demonstrate that you will be able to write this prototype, the more we'll
be convince by your proposal.
I'm the mentor on this project with Michaël (in CC). Do not hesitate to
send us direct questions if you need more information.
2017-03-19 17:00 GMT+01:00 <sugar-devel-request at lists.sugarlabs.org>:
> Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2017 21:07:45 +0530
> From: Dinesh Choudhary <dineshsirvi01 at gmail.com>
> To: "sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org"
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> Recently I was going through GSOC projects and I found Sugarizer dashboard
> is pretty much under my skills level. The project required node.js, mongoDb
> and html/css skills. I recently made some beginner level projects on
> Node.js and mongoDB. I used google maps and some weather api's to
> understand json data parsing and api handling in web apps. I even made a
> basic project on authentication using mangoose and passport.js. So looking
> all of my recent involvement, I found i can work on dashboard. Currently to
> prepare myself for this, I am exploring sugarizer codebase and going
> the procedure of selection in this. As I have seen some more are also
> interested in this project and even some people started working on it. So I
> would like to know on what things i need to focus to make myself more
> appropriate to this project. I went through the requirement or eligibility
> remarks which are there on sugarizer site and trying my best to follow
> Dinesh Choudhary,
> 3rd Year, CS Undergraduate,
> RK University
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