Hello and thanks for your interest in participating in Google Summer of Code.
The best way to reach us is through the developer mailing list,
developers(a)phpmyadmin.net. That's a public list and you can sign up or
view the past discussions at http://lists.phpmyadmin.net/. If you
prefer to reach the mentors privately, you can email
gsoc-mentors-2019(a)phpmyadmin.net. We also use Gitter for chat
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From: Chirag Sharma <chiragsharmaindian(a)gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2019 10:26:31 +0530
Subject: GSOC-2019 - Convert the UI to Bootstrap
I Chirag Sharma, a 3rd year undergrad from VIT University, India. I am
interested in the project " Convert the UI to Bootstrap " of Google
Summer of Code 2019 - phpMyAdmin and want to propose for the same.
I have been working with web development with 35+ months, and have a
good experience working on phpMyAdmin.
Ihave done few projects like Website for VIT Alumni USA Chapter,
Personal Doctor Assistant and so on.
Sir, I am facing trouble finding your mail list or any google
discussion group(Hence, I am writing to this mail address.)
An early reply is appreciated.
With best Regards,
I am Apoorv Khare, a junior year undergrad in IIT Roorkee, India.
I am interested in working with your community in GSoC 2019. I have worked
for more than a year in open source and well versed with the core of PHP,
mysql and other frontend frameworks like Bootstrap and Semantic UI.
I have starting to work on issues and make contribution in terms of code. I
wanted to know what else could I do for that and what are some of your
project for this year's GSoC and who'll be the concerned mentors.
Also, what would be the best place to discuss this thing ?
Looking forward to a great journey ahead with Phpmyadmin :)
I am Dhruv Gupta from New Delhi, India. I have some experience working with
web applications and definitely some experience in refactoring code. Funny
thing is I think I have refactored more than I have written a fresh. I have
worked a lot with Jquery as well. So, I am very much interested in
implementing this idea during GSoC period.
There is no name mentioned in the column of potential mentors under this
project idea. So, any suggestions with whom can I discuss this idea in a
little more detail, So that I can prepare a perfect proposal?
I would like to work on this idea and I have good experience on bootstrap,
I have worked on few projects with bootstrap, php and mysql, I would like
to know more about this idea, and I would love to contribute to phpmyadmin.
I am Nitish Bahl, a 3rd year undergraduate student studying in BITS Pilani,
India. I have been contributing to phpMyAdmin development for a couple of
months now. I am proficient in PHP, JS, JQuery and Vue, I have already
solved several issues in PMA and have opened more than 15 PR's so far, many
of which have already been approved and merged.
I am particularly interested in submitting a proposal for the project
titled `Introduce modern JS features and tools to phpMyAdmin codebase`. I
would like to discuss some ideas with the mentors regarding the same.
Also, I was unable to find the mentor of the project(Deven Bansod) on
Gitter as well as Slack channel, so how can I contact him regarding this?
I'm going to move this over to the mentors list because that's a
better place for it at this point.
Saksham and I already chatted earlier today on Gitter where I
suggested a number of issues to put on the list. I personally think
it's better to give the students a list of issues as guidance but
other opinions are welcome.
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From: Saksham Gupta <shucon01(a)gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2019 21:55:31 +0530
Subject: General Improvements
I've been getting some queries lately about which bugs/enhancements
are expected for the general improvement projects. I personally feel
that we should let the students explore the list themselves rather
than giving them a possible list. Any feedbacks??
I've been getting some queries lately about which bugs/enhancements are
expected for the general improvement projects. I personally feel that we
should let the students explore the list themselves rather than giving them
a possible list. Any feedbacks??