[Python-Dev] Would like to contribute to Core Python Comunity on the Project Idea

Nitin Agarwal nitinagarwal3006 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 15 16:06:43 CET 2014

Thanks for your reply.

I have joined on the pythonmentors.com  and gone through the developer
Yes, I am going through the present bugs to resolve some of them.

Could you Please reply as soon as you get the mentors allocated for the
email projects being proposed for Gsoc 2014. It will help me discuss the
project idea
with the mentor so as to make a good proposal and get a great work done
in the 3 months of upcoming Summer of Code.

*Nitin Agarwal*

On Sat, Feb 15, 2014 at 5:52 PM, Jessica McKellar <
jessica.mckellar at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Nitin,
> 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:
> http://bugs.python.org/
> Regards,
> -Jessica
> On Sat, Feb 15, 2014 at 12:23 AM, Nitin Agarwal <
> nitinagarwal3006 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> 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
>> with
>> the open source organisations and development of open source software.
>> You can have a look at my github profile.[1]  My first priority
>> programming languages
>> include GNU C/C++ and Python. I have been using these languages for the
>> Coding,
>> Programming challenges, Application development and contributing to open
>> source
>> software. Apart from this, I am also aware of version control systems
>> git/github, SVN,
>> bazaar and other web technologies like Javascript, Jinja templates, HTML,
>> 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.[2]
>> My interests include Programming Languages, open source software
>> development,
>> 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 upcoming
>> Google Summer of Code 2014. I would like to discuss with the mentors more
>> about
>> 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*
>> [1]  https://github.com/NitinAgarwal
>> [2]  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Nitinagarwal3006
>> [3]  IRC handle : nitinagarwal3006
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