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    Suyash Gupta
    @suyashgupta20
    because in the integration test the file is of very large size
    Ulrich Noebauer
    @unoebauer
    You can assume for now, that they won't be as large as the integration test files
    Suyash Gupta
    @suyashgupta20
    but i think if we generate it inside the main repo and if someone run the test and then with certain changes if he make a PR then it is possible that it will be mix with the main code and size of our repository will increase.
    so i am proposing for generating it outside the tardis repository and use as a reference from outside so that there will be no chance of pulling reference-file in main repository by mistake.
    Ulrich Noebauer
    @unoebauer
    @suyashgupta20 - thanks! We'll have a look and get back to you
    Suyash Gupta
    @suyashgupta20
    I am really sorry for deleting the above two chat-messages but I have deleted them because they have the link of my proposal and someone tried to delete and put vague comments in the proposal. I suppose that you would have received my proposal through the main program. It is put there in the readable and if you want to comment on it, let me know, i will again change the mode.The only reason for putting it in the readable mode is above mentioned problem that I was having here. I think you can understand my problem. Thanks
    Suyash Gupta
    @suyashgupta20

    DearTeam members, if you had told me about my proposal then I could definitely have made it better. I expected at least some suggestions from your side. I had done my best from my side, taking care of each and every minute detail of things. Had I been informed of the place where I was lagging, I would have worked on that as well. I, however, didn't receive any comments on my proposal, neither good nor bad which I feel wasn't fair.

    Anyway, I hope to work with you in future, making TARDIS even better.

    Wolfgang Kerzendorf
    @wkerzendorf
    @suyashgupta20 The proposal is only one part that helps decide the project team which students to accept. We carefully reviewed both your proposal as well as your contributions and then came to our conclusion.
    yeganer
    @yeganer
    @vg3095 Hey, you are the other selected student, right? How was your preliminary meeting?
    Vaibhav Gupta
    @vg3095
    @yeganer It was good. I think I have to work on my fluency in spoken English better :smile: .Thanks for asking.
    yeganer
    @yeganer
    I was told you might have some questions regarding the code. So feel free to just ask anytime.
    Vaibhav Gupta
    @vg3095
    Yeah sure.
    yeganer
    @yeganer
    @vg3095 Are you coming to the meeting?
    yeganer
    @yeganer
    @wkerzendorf @unoebauer I think I'm done over-engineering my devlog and I'll start reviewing PR #678 now.
    Can you open that?
    Ulrich Noebauer
    @unoebauer
    @yeganer - yes, I can open it
    Looks good
    Vaibhav Gupta
    @vg3095
    @wkerzendorf @unoebauer Here are my devlog and Trello board links-
    Devlog
    Trello
    Ulrich Noebauer
    @unoebauer
    @vg3095 - looks good on first sight, however, @chvogl and @wkerzendorf, the main mentors for your project should have a closer look
    chvogl
    @chvogl
    @vg3095 I had a quick look at your Devlog and Trello. Both look good to me.
    yeganer
    @yeganer
    @all I just found out about Github Projects which is a new feature in Github. It is essentially a simplistic version of Trello with full integration of Issues and Pull Requests. Although I like Trello, I think this is worth a shot. What do you think? Detailed information can be found here: https://help.github.com/articles/about-project-boards/
    Ulrich Noebauer
    @unoebauer
    @yeganer - if you want to test this new toolset, feel free to do so
    However, I think we don't need to impose a certain toolset for organizing the thoughts and status reports for a certain project
    if someone prefers to use trello that's also ok
    Vytautas Jancauskas
    @orbitfold
    For todo lists I like asana.com
    and that's how people use trello anyway
    most of the time
    Ulrich Noebauer
    @unoebauer
    @yeganer - I like the tight integration of github projects with our development process
    can you fill in some more info?
    yeganer
    @yeganer
    Sure
    I just crashed the system when I first tried it :D
    Ulrich Noebauer
    @unoebauer
    off to a promising start
    K. Kaushik Reddy
    @urstrulykkr
    Hi people
    I would like to contribute to the
    K. Kaushik Reddy
    @urstrulykkr
    Atomic Datasets. I have good experience with sqlalchemy, database and parsers.
    I would like to work on this project .
    One thing is which I would like to ask is,
    How important this project is for python software foundation and how likely is this project would be getting a slot in summer of code.
    Wolfgang Kerzendorf
    @wkerzendorf
    you are in the wrong channel
    gsoc2019
    Vytautas Jancauskas
    @orbitfold
    incredibly important, Python would not exist without us
    Wolfgang Kerzendorf
    @wkerzendorf
    could not agree more ;-)
    K. Kaushik Reddy
    @urstrulykkr
    Oops ..I will get back to the current year one.
    The link in the ideas page brought me here.
    botanicvelious
    @botanicvelious
    can someone please add me to the private slack you have
    this is botanic (matthew lagoe) from the PSF GSoC team
    Wolfgang Kerzendorf
    @wkerzendorf
    yes we can - please do this request via slack
    via email
    Wolfgang Kerzendorf
    @wkerzendorf
    @botanicvelious see message above