Hey, My name is Akhil Ravoori and I study in BITS Pilani Hyd Campus, I am interested in contributing to this organization. And I am also a beginner but I am quite familiar with the fundamentals of Python. I wanted to ask for advice on how I should prepare for the coming years gsoc and what I should be thorough with to contribute to this organization. I have gone through the newcomers guide on the website as well. But I don't see any new newcomer issues in github to tackle. Any advice would be really helpful. Thanks :D
Hi @dmagician123 :wave: These faqs might help you out. And, if you need some more information feel free to ask them here or on main channel. Also, you can find newcomer issues here coala.io/new
@prernagits Type Hello World in the main channel. That'll help you get started
Hey guys , I was a part of this group about 3-4 months ago when I joined .
Actually I had my exams and I was not able to contribute to coala and also not able to apply for gsoc this year . I would to start contributing to coala from now and hope to apply for gsoc 2020 as it is my last year . ^__^ Is that ok ?
Best of luck!
Thanks a lot.
I think exams usually come around the time gsoc is. Contributing to coala in advance would help alot with getting rid of the extra last minute burden :)
Ya and I was busy doing competitive coding so I thought maybe next time . I was wring tough
Hey @jayvdb , where do we need to submit our final report? What link do we need to use. I am a little confused. I have hosted my report at https://naveenaidu.github.io/GSoCReport-2019/, and also submitted a PR to the coala/projects
But I'm not sure what needs to be done.
Also, can you please let us know whether it will be OK to add un-merged work commit links? or we should include only that work, which got merged?
I am unable to join the mailing list of coala for gsoc. Please help.
You can get all the information regarding GSoC on this channel itself @sakshichopkar
Just a release announcement: moban v0.6.0 is released. for people who use moban with coala, it has in-built PyFileSystem2 support, which means: your configuration and template files can be loaded from: zip, tar, s3 bucket, dropbox, ftp(full list: https://www.pyfilesystem.org/page/index-of-filesystems/) on top of original support for local file system, git repo and pypi package.