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John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
make sure you set up Travis on your forks : http://api.coala.io/en/latest/Developers/Adding_CI.html
(and appveyor if you are fixing a windows bug .. ;-)
Viresh Gupta
@virresh
Made them all to setup Travis ci, :sweat_smile:
John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
phew
John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
Note to all - @gitmate-bot errors about "Broken link" can be ignored
the bot is having some network issues atm
John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
there is something wrong with coala/community#168 ; can workshop attendies review it and try to find the problem
Viresh Gupta
@virresh
The workshop would be over by now I think, will try pinging Kilari once
John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
:+1: @ksdme?
Kilari Teja
@ksdme
I am sorry, I only just checked my gitter after getting home.
And I was busy helping others others and didn't get any chance to review.
@virresh It was great. I did manage the second half.
~8 PR's were submitted although I could not review all of them myself.
John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
A few were merged.
Viresh Gupta
@virresh
Hope we get some long term contributors who'd try to revive the other dead projects...
PyCon India 2018 Dev Sprint
Nalin Bhardwaj
@nalinbhardwaj
@RaiVaibhav : saw that yesterday and drafted a proposal based on last year’s coala proposal: https://in.pycon.org/cfp/devsprint-2018/proposals/coala-open-source-code-analysis-toolkit~bDoqa/
Curious if anyone has any feedback etc.? I’m not sure how the CFP etc. work but I’d love to help conduct one :)
Vaibhav Rai
@RaiVaibhav
Great :+1:
Rishabh Garg
@rishabhgarg25699
In this newcomer can also participate
Vaibhav Rai
@RaiVaibhav
Afaik everyone is welcome, also volunteer requirements will be there, one person can't handle everything and everyone. :P
John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
nice.
everyone who can attend and help should add a comment to the proposal.
@ksdme and @virresh , can you guys attend? you could mention that you led a workshop recently. also @rj722 and @satwikkansal and other 2017 gsoc students have done workshops and can probably help again
Viresh Gupta
@virresh
Won't be able to make it to PyCon this year sadly, though will try to be available for helping with review and stuff :sweat_smile:
Kilari Teja
@ksdme
I too won't be able to make to PyCon this time.
Although there is one DevSprint this Saturday, I plan to represent coala again. @virresh ?
Viresh Gupta
@virresh
Sorry, my exam just next day (PS: Yes, that's an exams on Sunday, my university is way too harsh on academics)...
Sumindar
@Sumindar
Hello I am new here please guide me
John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
Rishabh Garg
@rishabhgarg25699
@jayvdb Please assign me this issue coala/coala#5330
Sumindar
@Sumindar
@jayvdb thanks a lot
Sunveer Singh
@SunveerSingh

Hello,

I am Sunveer, high school student from India, Open Source Developer. Google Code-in 2017 Grand Prize Winner.

In India there are very few hackathons and most of them do not allow high school students to participate in.
So, I am planning to host an Open Source Hackathon for high school students named Hack High ( https://hackhigh.github.io/ ), this hackathon's main motive is to make high school students to get to know about programming and this event will be help these young developers to enhance their skills. And especially, this hackathon will focus on Open Source.

And it is understandable that hackathon cannot run without sponsors and I alone cannot afford to host that. So if you are interested in Sponsoring us, to help Indian high school students, that will be really helpful.

Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
hey @SunveerSingh let me know what amount of sponsorship you would need and what it would be used for
Sunveer Singh
@SunveerSingh
@sils please find the sponsorship prospectus here: http://hackhigh.tech/hackhigh.pdf and it will be used for paying for Venue, Food, Prizes and much more expenses!
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
When it comes to Venue, have you tried asking a university for a fre one? At least in Germany I can totally see sth like that being easy
Sunveer Singh
@SunveerSingh
yes, I am currently in touch with Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, they will let me know in few weeks
And the food here will cost about 40,000 - 50,000 INR which is approximately 600 USD
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
  1. How will you get people to attend?
  2. Have you done similar events in the past?
  3. How many people do you expect?
I assume this has no direct relation to coala? The coala Association could be a potential sponsor.
Sunveer Singh
@SunveerSingh
Coala is an Open Source org and can host a workshop and send a speaker!!
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
Yeah that is what I mean by not directly related, which is fine ;) coala is interested in helping educational initiatives, being a nonprofit it won't be able to send someone just like that but maybe some of our mentors in the area could help you out. I pinged the responsible person from the coala association about this.
Sunveer Singh
@SunveerSingh
  1. We are in touch with many local high schools from which many students are Interested and will apply for this hackathon, and all of our sponsors will do couple for tweets about it , and more local promotions will be done.
  2. Nope, because most of the hackathons do not allow high school students to participate in, so I planned to host this hackathon, and Prof. H.S. Rai, Open Source Advocate is also supporting this hackathon.
  3. As this will be our first addition so We would ecpect 250-300 participants!
Sunveer Singh
@SunveerSingh
@sils so what do you thing?
kunal1012
@kunal1012
Hi @sils.
We're hosting a hackathon and we want coala to be one of the participating organizations.
Is it possible to do the same?
CC: @jayvdb
John Vandenberg
@jayvdb
@kunal1012 when is it? linky?
Imran S M
@immu0001
sounds really great but when where?is it online!??? @kunal1012
Kilari Teja
@ksdme
@immu0001 PyDelhi hosts these kinds of Dev Sprints regularly. Check with them if you live nearby.