[IPython-dev] Google summer of code
Omar Andrés Zapata Mesa
andresete.chaos at gmail.com
Tue Mar 8 20:32:47 EST 2011
This year I want to apply to GSoC again, the idea is to write a web
interface for ipython using ajax, based in the interface of James Gao.
I am improving the James's prototype and I have many bugs fixed and many
new features added, let me show you the in the git's repo
https://github.com/omazapa/ipython/tree/ipajax with all ready to test this
new prototype and let me show in the next days the blog with all ideas and
proposal for GSoC.
- indentation supported
- tab completion working
- Shitf + Enter working to run commands
- buttons for minimize code blocks
- buttons for close code blocks
- and so many bugs fixed
If you have suggestions to my application please let met know.
On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 3:15 PM, Fernando Perez <fperez.net at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 9:54 AM, Brian Granger <ellisonbg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > If there is not a huge amount of momentum this year, I think sticking
> > with the PSF for now makes sense. Has anyone talked with Arc Riley
> > about this year. He is starting the process for other PSF projects
> > (like sympy) and we should email him.
> If we want to go for gsoc this year, I'd vote for simply using the
> psf, I don't think we really need to be a separate mentoring
> organization, we simply don't have enough available hands for that.
> It's not even totally clear to me that we have the bandwidth to mentor
> students: the core devs are stretched pretty thin as it is, and gsoc
> mentoring, when done right, requires a real commitment of time on the
> mentor's part. In the ideal case that investment pays off in the long
> run in terms of getting good new project members actively
> participating, but that's not guaranteed while the upfront cost is a
> One question is, who would be interested in participating as a
> student? I know some people have expressed interest before, including
> Kunal and Omar; I'd like to know if Thomas would like to be a student.
> Thomas, you've made enormous contributions to the project in a short
> amount of time and would thus be a perfect candidate, but I don't know
> how that could interfere with your studies over the summer, case in
> which it would be a no-go...
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Omar Andres Zapata Mesa
Head Developer Phenomenology of Fundamental Interactions Group (Gfif)
Division of computer science Gfif Developers (Gfif Dev)
Systems Engineering Student
Universidad de Antioquia At Medellin - Colombia
Usuario Linux #490962
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