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    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    @abhayku2002 if you're interested in the coding side and Java, you could experiment with the contents of a workshop that I presented at DevOps World 2021. See "Contributing to Open Source" at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PKYIpPlRVGsBqrz0Ob1Cv3cefOZ5j2xtGZdWs27kLuw/edit#heading=h.hvd0nm6pz5o4 . Document includes a link to five videos that illustrate portions of those topics.
    community-jenkins-io
    @community-jenkins-io:matrix.org
    [m]
    @alyssat posted in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2022: Call for organizers, mentors, and project ideas - https://community.jenkins.io/t/google-summer-of-code-gsoc-2022-call-for-organizers-mentors-and-project-ideas/1010/1
    Cliff Su
    @stu01509

    Hello All!

    Iā€™m Cliff from Taiwan, a senior-year computer science student.
    I am familiar with Front-end development and have a little bit of backend and container experience

    I want to contribute to the organization. could anybody guide me which project is suitable for me?

    krisstern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hi everyone! My name is Kris and I am a new contributor to Jenkins, currently working on some PRs aiming to improve the conventional-commits-plugin repo. I would like to volunteer for GSoC, either as an organization admin or as a mentor. I have previously involved with GSoC twice as a student, once in 2019 and the other in 2020 under the OpenAstronomy organization, having successfully completed two projects then. Is there any good project ideas for me to develop on? And am I eligible to volunteer?
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    Welcome @stu01509 and @krisstern:matrix.org . Delighted to have you both interested in the Jenkins project and Google Summer of Code. You can read more about Jenkins in Google Summer of Code at https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/ . The project ideas from 2021 that were not implemented in GSoC 2021 are good candidates to start. See https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/2021/project-ideas/ for the list of all ideas. Project ideas from 2020 are also good sources of ideas at https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/2020/project-ideas/ .
    Cliff Su
    @stu01509
    Thanks for your advice, I will try to find some repo and send the PR.
    krisstern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    Thanks @MarkEWaite I am interested in volunteering though and not participating as a student, I am not a student anymore
    halkeye
    @halkeye:g4v.dev
    [m]
    krisstern: i was going to reach out to alyssa on your behalf, but at the moment I think https://community.jenkins.io/t/google-summer-of-code-gsoc-2022-call-for-organizers-mentors-and-project-ideas/1010 might be the best place to reply for now
    krisstern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    Thanks halkeye
    SelfDependentHuman
    @SelfDependentHuman
    Hi, I just started to take a new career path by learning Python. I have limited experience on C++ and VB. Just heard about the Google Summer of Code. Is it limited only to college students, or could anyone else getting started in the open source community be accepted?
    1 reply
    Purna Chandra Mansingh
    @purna135
    Hi Team, I am Purna Chandra Mansingh, I am new to open source and want to be part of GSoC 22.
    I have a little knowledge of Data Science and Machine learning using python and I am good in Data Structure & Algorithms.
    Could you please guide me on which project is suitable for me to start with?
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    Welcome @PurnaChandraMansingh . See the projects ideas list at https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/2022/project-ideas/
    1 reply
    krisstern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    Just would like to add that most Jenkins projects available this year (2022) are Java-based, so it may be a good chance to pick up a new language or to gain more experience in using it on a meaningful project, especially for those who started in some interpreted languages like Python.
    AKSHAT KAMBOJ
    @Akshatkamboj14
    Hi team, i am new to open source and I want to be a part of GSoC 2022. I have a little experience in kotlin . can you please guide me on which project is suitable for me to start with?
    krisstern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    Welcome @Akshatkamboj14! For the project ideas please see https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/2022/project-ideas/. Please note that the projects this year fall into either the Plugins or the Tools category.
    Snehil S Kumar
    @snehilms
    Hi Everyone, I am Snehil S Kumar and I am delighted to contribute to the Jenkins project, having used Jenkins for my past projects, it would be amazing to start contributing to it and becoming a part of the community.
    krisstern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    Welcome @snehilms Great to have you here!
    Abdullah Ranginwala
    @abdullah_rang_twitter
    Hello everyone! My name is Abdullah and I am excited to be a part of the Jenkins community and contribute to the project.
    Sachin Liyanage
    @Sachin-Liyanage
    Hi everyone, I'm Sachin. Can I know whether Jenkins participate for this year GSoC @community-jenkins-io:matrix.org
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    @Sachin-Liyanage yes, the Jenkins project plans to participate in Google Summer of Code this year. Read about it at https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/ . Current project ideas for 2022 are listed at https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/ . We're open to other project ideas as well
    Sachin Liyanage
    @Sachin-Liyanage
    Thank you @MarkEWaite
    I'm hoping to participate for this year šŸ˜Š
    Abdullah Ranginwala
    @abdullah_rang_twitter
    Just had some confusion. https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/2022/project-ideas/automatic-spec-generator-for-jenkins-rest-api/ . This particular issue dates back to 2020. Is this particular project a part GSOC 2022
    2 replies
    Surya Kant
    @skant7
    Hi everyone,I'm Surya ,interested in working on jenkins-runner-action-for-github actions project.Looking forward to get started on it!!
    Alyssat
    @alyssat
    Hi @skant7 welcome! Thanks for your interest. We look forward to welcoming you as a GSoC contributor!
    Vihaan Thora
    @vihaanthora
    Greetings Community!
    I am Vihaan Thora, and I am planning to participate in GSoC for the first time this year. I am new to open source and to Jenkins, but I am very excited to study & understand more about it. I am currently working on an issue in jenkins-infra/helm-charts and I am extremely humbled to see the helping nature and openness of the community. Thanks a lot to all for establishing an open source project of this grandeur!
    Sweta Kumari
    @swetak20
    Hey, community! I am Sweta. I am looking forward to becoming a part of the Jenkins by contributing to the "Automatic Specification Generator for Jenkins REST API" project and subsequently participating in GSOC 2022. I spent a fair amount of time understanding the requirements, and I am deeply interested in the project. To get in good shape for writing a proposal, I would first like to contribute along the lines of the aimed project. Hence, I request you to help me spot an issue/repo in accordance with REST API automation.
    Kris Stern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    Welcome @swetak20 There are some details about newbie-friendly issues you can start working on on the project idea page at https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/2022/project-ideas/automatic-spec-generator-for-jenkins-rest-api/
    Sweta Kumari
    @swetak20
    Thanks @krisstern:matrix.org for the refernce. I am on it.
    Kris Stern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    You are welcome @swetak20
    Alyssat
    @alyssat
    Hi All. We've scheduled a Jenkins GSoC office hours for next week. Pls see here for info: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OpvMWpzBKtKnYBAkhtQ1dK5zQix3D7RY5g3vDJXkSnc/edit?usp=sharing
    Sachin Liyanage
    @Sachin-Liyanage
    Thank you @alyssat
    Ajay Pathak
    @Ajaypathak372
    Hey everyone, I am Ajay. I am excited to be a part of the Jenkins community. I am interested in contributing to the project "Jenkinsfile Runner Action for GitHub Actions" and subsequently participating in GSOC 2022 for the first time. I have used Jenkins in my past projects along with Docker and Github Actions, so I am very much comfortable with Jenkins and other tools. I really like this project and found it very interested. I want to contribute to this project and make it ready.
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    Thanks for your interest @Ajaypathak372 . Read the project idea, review the Google Summer of Code guidelines, and become more involved in the Jenkins project. You can also join us for Google Summer of Code office hours next Friday morning 8:30 AM India Standard Time. I believe that @krisstern:matrix.org plans to attend that session. We will likely need to schedule office hours at an alternate time in order for @oleg-nenashev to attend.
    Ajay Pathak
    @Ajaypathak372
    @MarkEWaite Thank you for sharing, I will surely join this.
    Ghost
    @ghost~5e120be0d73408ce4fd5c530
    Hey everyone, I am Daud, a final year student at Bugema University Uganda reading BS in software engineering. I am excited to be a part of the Jenkins community and I am interested in contributing to the project "Automatic git cache maintenance on the controller" and subsequently participating in GSOC 2022
    Jmm
    @jmmeessen:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hey! Welcome Daud. Happy to see you joining and wanting to participate. Welcome aboard...
    Ghost
    @ghost~5e120be0d73408ce4fd5c530
    Thanks @jmmeessen:matrix.org for the warm welcome, do we have some intro issues related to the project I can kick off with to get on board ?
    Jmm
    @jmmeessen:matrix.org
    [m]
    Good question @kdaud
    Let's wait for @MarkEWaite (the potential mentor) to come online (he is located in the US). He is the best person to give you hints on that subject.
    Ghost
    @ghost~5e120be0d73408ce4fd5c530
    Thanks @jmmeessen:matrix.org for the directives. In the meantime as we wait for him, do we a documentation on how to set up the dev environment for technical contributors? perhaps the tools one need to install on the machine to start off with development?
    Jmm
    @jmmeessen:matrix.org
    [m]
    šŸ˜€
    You will need at least a functional Maven and Git/Github access. An IDE definitely helps. IntelliJ is quite popular. But use the Java IDE you are used to.
    Initial step would be to compile a plugin (in this case the Git plugin) and get familiar with it. Another good entry point is https://www.jenkins.io/doc/developer/tutorial/.
    I just saw that on the proposal page (https://www.jenkins.io/projects/gsoc/2022/project-ideas/automatic-git-cache-maintenance/) , Mark gave links to Newbie Friendly issues. Worth starting to look at while waiting for Mark to come on-line.
    Vihaan Thora
    @vihaanthora
    Hello, I had a query regarding the office hours meet to be held on Friday. The meet agenda currently includes only the finalized project ideas, so I wanted to know if there will be more such meetings if some of the other ideas get finalized as well. I am currently studying about Pipeline Step Documentation Generator improvements and also find the Plugin Health Scoring system idea interesting. Thank you.
    2 replies
    Ghost
    @ghost~5e120be0d73408ce4fd5c530
    Hello @jmmeessen:matrix.org have been successful to set up my dev environment and would like to have Jenkins server running locally on my machine. If I got your point right concerning compiling a plugin, do we have a repository where this plugin is residing so that I clone and compile it?
    4 replies
    Jmm
    @jmmeessen:matrix.org
    [m]
    OOPS. Forgot to paste the link .....
    (not recommended to do two things at the same time)
    here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fev8KfFsPZE
    Ghost
    @ghost~5e120be0d73408ce4fd5c530
    Thanks @jmmeessen:matrix.org . There are moments when one may not avoid handling one task at a time due to the need of that time. I also find some moments landing into the same scenario but any way finds my way out after settling the ones that are pressing on the table.
    community-jenkins-io
    @community-jenkins-io:matrix.org
    [m]
    @alyssat posted in Jenkins GSoC 2022 Office Hours - https://community.jenkins.io/t/jenkins-gsoc-2022-office-hours/1392/1
    Abdullah Ranginwala
    @abdullah_rang_twitter
    Can someone share any reference links to learn more about Stapler and Jelly
    Jmm
    @jmmeessen:matrix.org
    [m]

    Hello @abdullah_rang_twitter
    I recommend that you start with https://www.jenkins.io/doc/developer/
    More specific to Jelly, you have https://www.jenkins.io/doc/developer/forms/jelly-form-controls/

    The how-to's might also help you to get started.

    Kris Stern
    @krisstern:matrix.org
    [m]
    Also @abdullah_rang_twitter for Stapler you can check out their documentation on GitHub at https://github.com/jenkinsci/stapler#readme
    Abdullah Ranginwala
    @abdullah_rang_twitter
    Thank you!