I am Rahul Bothra(Pro-Panda), C.S. Sophomore at BITS, Pilani.
I code, a lot in Python, making various small projects, while also using JS, C and Shell scripts frequently.
I know basics of sockets and networking. I played around with the sockets library in python and netcat to transfer data amongst pc's in a network.
I have worked on data encrypting scripts, cli, webiste(Django) and chatbots on facebook(Flask) and telegram. I also practice around with concepts and libraries in Python frequently
I was really intrigued by P2PSP, and its projects. I would like to contribute to P2PSP during the summers as a GSoC student.
I installed and tried using P2PSP on my PC, and am going through the codebase.
Kindly guide me as to where can I start contributing, to work with the community on the project.
I am Praveen Kumar Gupta, 2nd year undergraduate student in National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India.
Github Profile : https://github.com/pvgupta24
LinkedIn Profile : https://www.linkedin.com/in/pvgupta24/
I have worked on web development projects in the past and have experience with MEAN stack and Django based applications. I have good understanding of the conventional programming languages and functional programming with Erlang. I recently worked on a web based Youtube Playlist application, which involved managing playlists for users.
Currently, I have started working on a webRTC based Virtual Classroom project to allow better interaction between faculty and students.
I came across P2PSP through Gsoc's Organizations' page and was really excited to see the work here and technology being used here as it matches my interest areas well.
I have started working to understand the code base and the work flow.
Any suggestions or guidance would be really appreciated. :)
I want to work on open-source projects to get the experience of working with others and getting reviews and guidance along the way.
Thank you :)
General advice about proposals
We took a look to the drafts. As a general advice, we recommend to answer at least the questions proposed here: http://p2psp.org/en/news/59-gsoc-application-template
It's important to pay attention to the idea itself, and try to give as much information as possible: background, milestones, time scheduling, etc.
I'm Shashank, CS sophomore at International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India. I found the
P2P-Piped music project interesting and would like to contribute towards its development for GSoC'19 (or otherwise).
As part of course work I've had courses on Computer Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms. I have experience
I would really appreciate any guidance or suggestions :)