GSoC

CiviCRM-OSDI Project Updates

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2018-06-10 23:03
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Hi everyone! I'm Andy, and I'm working on the OSDI integration project for GSoC 2018. If you want more information about what this project is all about, check out the GitLab here. The source code is here. The OSDI standard is a set of standards for interoperability between products in progressive movements. For more information about OSDI, click here.

Introducing CiviREBUX: Native Report Building Extension for CiviCRM

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2016-08-16 02:20
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My name is Pranay and I study Computer Science at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur. I am a student developer working for CiviCRM as a part of the Google Summer of Code 2016 program.  

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[GSoC 2016] RepoBuilder - Report Builder GUI for CiviCRM

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2016-05-14 08:46
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Hi Everyone! Thanks for visiting the blog post. I am Pranay (21 | Male | India). I am pursuing my Bachelors and Masters in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur and have just completed 4 years of undergraduate education. This is my first time at the prestigious Google Summer of Code programme and I am looking forward to a great FOSS-flavored summer. 

CiviCRM Strategic Fundraising and Campaigning GSoC Completion Report

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2015-09-18 04:35
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Hi! I am Niko Bochan, a undergraduate student from the University of Bonn,
Germany. As part of my Google Summer of Code 2015 project I was
working on improving CiviCampaign. My mentor was Björn Endres from
SYSTOPIA, which is also – conveniently – based in Bonn.

You can find the last blog post here:
https://civicrm.org/blogs/niko-bochan/civicrm-strategic-fundraising-and…

Project Status

All key features have been implemented:

GSoC Completion Report On Integrating Google Analytics With CiviCRM

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2015-08-30 21:19
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Hi, I am Vishal Agarwal a fourth year undergraduate student pursuing Computer Science And Engineering at IIT-Bombay, a Google Summer of Code student for the year 2015. This is the final blogpost on my GSoC project - Integrating Google Analytics with CiviCRM. I was mentored by Kurund Jalmi. This blog post describes the features of my project.

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Implementing the Open Supporter Data Interface (OSDI) API for CiviCRM - GSoC Concluding Blog Post

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2015-08-27 13:55
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Hi again, I'm Anudit Verma, a sophomore undergraduate student pursuing Computer Science and Engineering at University School of Information and Communication Technology, in New Delhi, India.
This year I worked on Open Supporter Data Interface (OSDI) API implementation into CiviCRM project as a 2015 Google Summer of Code student. This is my second blog post in which I will be concluding and summarizing the work I have done past this summer.

GSoC Concluding Blog (Refunds and Partial Payments for CiviCRM)

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2015-08-27 07:42
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GSoC Concluding Blog (Refunds and Partial Payments for CiviCRM)

I am Tahir Ramzan, pursuing Masters in Computer Science at Virtual University of Pakistan. I was working on refunds, partial refunds and partial payments development for CiviCRM in this Google summer of code. Parvez Saleh was mentoring this project.

The purpose of these modules; refunds, partial refunds and partial payments are to provide CiviCRM community a user friendly and efficient solution to make refunds and offer partial payments to their users.

Email Preview Cluster GSoC Completion Blog

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2015-08-21 03:04
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Hi! I am Utkarsh Sharma, a third year undergraduate student studying Electrical Engineering from IIT Bombay. This the final blog post regarding my GSoC project Email Preview Cluster. Tim Otten is my mentor for this project.

My midterm blog post about the project can be seen at