Hello All! This Blog is in continuation to my previous blog. This is the final blog of my project and I will try to summarise all the work, I have done during the Probots and GitLab to GitHub Integration Project. I will also share my amazing experience with the CiviCRM team and especially my mentors Eileen McNaughton and Saurabh Batra.
Hello all, this blog is a continuation of my previous blog. This month we were able to achieve most of our targets with a very healthy community discussion as well. We added more features related to only GitHub code-base and we moved on to GitLab and GitHub Integration as well. Let me explain to you the main features we added during this period in a brief.
Hello all, This blog is in continuation to my previous blog https://civicrm.org/blog/kartik1000/gsoc-project-probots-and-gitlab-github-integration where I explained my project aims and how I plan to proceed towards each task. After 1 month of my project, I felt it would be great to summarise the tasks I have completed and what I plan to do within the next month.
Three Major tasks were completed during this month:
Hi everyone! Thank you for visiting the blog post. I’m Asha Sulaiman from Sri Lanka. I’m a final year undergraduate at University of Moratuwa following the Information Technology and Management degree programme. Currently I’m a student developer at CiviCRM working on the project integrating CiviCRM with LibreOffice in order to perform the mail merge operation.
Hi Everyone!, I am Kartik Kathuria and I will be working on the Project Probots and GitLab to GitHub Integration during the Summer with CiviCRM as part of GSoC. My mentors during the project are Eileen McNaughton and Saurabh Batra. I am really happy with the CiviCRM community as all the people here are quite active and helpful as well. Had it not been for some people from the community, I don't think I would have been able to involve and write a successful proposal for CiviCRM.
Complete GSOC Final Coding Period. Thanks to my mentor and whole CiviCRM community for their constant help throughout my GSOC period. This blog post documents the work I did for GSOC 2019 on the Data processor Extension for CiviCRM.
Time flew by really quick: after community bonding period and first period of coding, the first phase of GSoC is over. To wrap up the first phase, I decided to write a blog post summarizing the work done by me in this period of one month.
Starting with the enhancement done on the Data Processor Extension. Following are the things done in GSoC Phase 1
GSoC is not something which can be hidden from a developer who is passionate about programming so I have heard a lot about GSoC through social media posts, and also from my colleagues and seniors from my college. From first year of my college I have been lot involved in Open Source.
Few months back I joined the civiCRM developers community as a Google Summer of Code intern with the objective of improving in my coding skills by making a significant contribution to open source software. It's gone quite well so far. With the help of my mentor and other CiviCRM community members I have successfully completed phase 1 and 2 of the program.
This blog post is a summary of what I have been able to achieve from the time coding began till July 09, 2018.
Hi everyone! I’m Abhansh, and I’m working on Making Transactional Email Templates Dynamic project for GSoC 2018. If you want more information about what this project is all about, check out the gitlab here. Mails are the de-facto standard for e-communication these days. We will be using MJML as our templating engine.
Some other templating engines :