[Python-Dev] Would like to contribute to Core Python Comunity on the Project Idea
jessica.mckellar at gmail.com
Sat Feb 15 13:52:55 CET 2014
Thanks for your interest in CPython for Google Summer of Code.
We are still getting our ducks in a row, and mentor organizations haven't
been finalized yet (the official mentor list will go out on February 24th).
Can you check back in then?
In the meantime, I recommend:
1. Joining http://pythonmentors.com/
2. Reading through the developers guide: http://docs.python.org/devguide/
3. Picking and working on a ticket to get used to the workflow:
On Sat, Feb 15, 2014 at 12:23 AM, Nitin Agarwal
<nitinagarwal3006 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Here, its Nitin Agarwal, an open source software developer and enthusiast.
> Currently, I am pursuing Computer Science and Engineering at International
> Institute of Information Technology, INDIA. I had an experience working
> the open source organisations and development of open source software.
> You can have a look at my github profile. My first priority
> programming languages
> include GNU C/C++ and Python. I have been using these languages for the
> Programming challenges, Application development and contributing to open
> software. Apart from this, I am also aware of version control systems
> git/github, SVN,
> CSS too.
> I am ambititous person eager to learn other technologies when in need
> while working.
> You can have a look at my Wikipedia profile.
> My interests include Programming Languages, open source software
> networking concepts and system administration tasks.
> While looking at the Project Ideas proposed by the mentors and developers
> of the Python
> Community, I found the Email Projects working to work for support of RFC
> 6532 in the
> email package and support of RFC 6531 in the smtplib and/or smtpd.
> I am willing to work on this project ideas as a prospective student in the
> Google Summer of Code 2014. I would like to discuss with the mentors more
> the project in detail and would like to start off contributing to the
> project early enough
> so as to make a strong proposal for Gsoc 2014.
> *Nitin Agarwal*
>  https://github.com/NitinAgarwal
>  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Nitinagarwal3006
>  IRC handle : nitinagarwal3006
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