[Phpmyadmin-devel] GSoC 2k15 Proposal :D
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Fri Mar 20 22:53:15 CET 2015
Even though it's your first draft, you're still welcome to submit your
proposal directly through the Google Melange site. We'll make comments
directly there and you're free to make changes until the submission
On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 5:23 PM, Raghav Aggarwal <rgv.aggarwal at gmail.com>
> I am looking forward towards contributing to this free open-source tool of
> php that make billions(or more) of lives easier (like my own) by bringing
> MySQL in an easy to use web GUI.
> I would like to introduce myself to all the honorable open-source
> developers of phpMyAdmin.
> I am Raghav, Raghav Aggarwal from India. Here, we follow (UTC+05:30)
> Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi timezone.
> I am pursuing for under-graduate degree with Computer Science and
> engineering as Major subject.
> This ("rgv.aggarwal at gmail.com") is my email ID.
> My wordpress blog address ("https://rgvaggarwal.wordpress.com/").
> My public github repository ("https://github.com/rgvagg").
> To give a better graphical user interface for multi-table query and
> thereby improving consistency.
> Now users will have to write less MySQL queries and would have power to
> perform joins (LEFT JOIN, INNER JOIN, RIGHT JOIN) through web GUI.
> Presently, we have to write MySQL query to perform multi-table query after
> the execution of what i had planned we can perform joins and create views
> as easily as we perform CRUD of single table using phpMyAdmin.
> In the final output we will have a tool with Graphical multi-table query
> on the selected database. I plan to put this function in
> "db_operations.php" page.
> The design and development will be done by the mid-term and documentation
> and testing will be carried out in the second-half along with real-time
> user reviews.
> I am willing spend 10 hours a day working 5 days each week, with
> dedication, without fail for this project.
> This is the first time I will be ever contributing to an open source
> project or if lucky participating in GSoC. I am willing to return something
> to open source communities that had always given me so much and with the
> help of whom even a no-vice can develop awesome websites and share his/her
> ideas with the world(blogs).
> In the past as a part of my under-graduate course, I worked as an
> intern(8-weeks) in a startup named T-Chowk Labs (Address: T-Chowk Labs Pvt.
> Ltd., C-89, Sector 52, Noida) on their project "
> http://www.schoolmitra.com/" where I learnt technologies HTML, CSS,
> I, then, worked with HARKSH Technologies Pvt LTD (Address: SCO 13A, Kundan
> Nagar Road, Krishna Mandir, Model Town Ext, Model Town, Ludhiana, Punjab
> 141002) as Junior Web Developer where I honed my skills learning Adobe
> Photoshop, Adobe illustrator, php and it's various frameworks(wordpress
> mainly), MySQL continuing the use of git as a Version Controlling System
> My favorite feature of phpMyAdmin is the MySQL statements can be executed
> using the GUI which makes it very easy to use even for someone with no
> previous knowledge and experience. Also, the developers can perform query
> here and then decide whether the problem is with code or if it's something
> Moreover almost all web-hosts today support phpMyAdmin making it my
> According to me, apart from the joins, transactions and error reporting
> and handling can be improved in development and some changes could be made
> in design which though simple to use is a sort of old fashioned.
> I am ready to put my heart and soul in this project.
> Pardon if I made any mistakes for this is my very first draft proposals
> All sorts of suggestions are cordially welcomed.
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