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Thu Mar 26 15:17:25 CET 2015
> On Mar 25, 2015, at 11:20 PM, Sukhdeep Singh <sukhtaaj at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Everyone!
> I am Sukhdeep Singh, an undergrad student with Major as Computer
> Science & Engineering. I have been very much interested in open source
> software development from the previous years. This interest has got me
> to phpMyAdmin.
> No Doubt, phpMyAdmin is the most used mysql interface for each level
> of developers. I have started using it from the beginning of my
> Now I wish to contribute to it as a developer. I have working
> complete the work.
We always welcome code contributions, even aside from GSoC. This happens to be quite a busy time due to GSoC but if you wish to contribute aside from that, there are many ways to get involved.
> Also I got to know about GSoC lately, But they say its too late.
I'm pretty sure "they" are in error; see the schedule at https://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/events/google/gsoc2015 which seems to say the application deadline is 27 Mar at 1900 UTC.
> But I still hope I can get great guidance from developers here which
> project to work upon.
> I have gone through the GSoC Idea page of phpMyAdmin and found these
> of my interest:
> 1. Parser/analyzer rewrite/replacement
> I would love to contribute to this library on which the whole sql
> parsing relies. I have worked and contributed in php library 'odtPHP'
> which is used for creating/manipulating odt files using the php script
> and made out a successful project out of it to be used at my
> 2. User interface improvements
> Well, from my working experience, I am aware that user Interface is
> the major factor that makes the user to use/not use any software. This
> would be a pleasure for me to work on it. I have a little experience
> in web 2d cad software, I hope that can help.
> Please help to choose project so that I can contribute to this most
> used software and also get selected in GSoC.
> Hope to get a positive reply really soon.
> Sukhdeep Singh
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