I never liked to attend any conferences irrespective of the theme and goal of the conference for the past three years. But after attending two-three conferences in recent months and coming across new people with matching interests, I am suddenly looking forward to attend any open source/linux/entrepreneurship conference in hyderabad or nearby cities. BTW, are you planning to attend Eclipse Demo Camp 2008 – Ganymede Edition in Hyderabad on 25th June?
- Entire wifi was down for almost two hours today. Emergency situation. I called whoever I could but just wasted time and money. Wifi admin would have felt totally surprised after getting 25-30 missed calls from my number 😛 Pinged back after an hour and things were back in tune. Thank god!!
- Celebrated Yum Bug Day today. We fixed and closed a lot of bugs. Was a very good experience.
- GSOC project is going fine.
- IntelligentMirror is now hosted on fedorahosted.org 🙂 Checkout the source code here.
- Hooked to Gossip Girls 🙂
- Playing cricket at 6AM after night out is now becoming a habit. Will post about it sometime 🙂
- Duration and frequency of BC sessions is on the rise. OBH really rocks 🙂
- Intake of caffeine is on the rise as well. Thanks to OBH coffee machine 🙂
- Chatting a lot these days. Don’t ask why ? 😛
- Blogged a lot this month 🙂
This is my second post of the day but I can’t resit my to write it. I will just say that I am “Accepted For Google Summer of Code”. No its not something propritiery, its “Open Source”. Google Summer of Code is a program sponsored by Google where students write code for Open Source Organizations and Google funds them for the summer.To know more about GSOC, go here.
I submitted my proposal on IntelligentMirror which will be a package for Yum Local Repository Management to Fedora Project. You can browse the breif details of my project here, and for detailed proposal, go here. Seth Vidal, who originally developed Yum, will be mentoring me throughout the project. It will be a wonderful and exciting experience to work with Yum developers.
Kulbir Saini aKa General Bordeaux 😀
Though almost 25% of vacations are already gone, I thought of writing down my task list this summer. Maybe somebody out there have any suggestions.
- Squid Documentation/Tutorials – Status : DONE
- IPTables Tutorial – Status : In progress.
- Firewall And Proxy Server Tutorial – Status : Todo
- Policy Routing with Linux – Status : Todo
- IPRoute2 Howto – Status : Todo
- Linux Advanced Routing and Traffic Control Howto – Status : Todo
- IntelligentMirror Development – Status : In progress.
Though I didn’t opt for a project or btp in networks, I am trying to focus on real life networking which I can use to make my life easier with the damn wireless. Like learning squid was a wonderful experience and now I get 25% of the stuff I browse from my own cache 🙂
Happy Summer Vacations,
I have been posting a lot recently. But I am just doing all this to remember all these things few years down the line 🙂 To remember the things that makes me feel good.
I have been working on Yum and Drupal since 3 months now. I have learnt a lot about drupal in these three months. I am a drupal module developer now and also have written a new module which is inspired from a couple of existing modules but make things really simple 🙂 I also submitted a patch for one of the contributed modules.
As knowledge of Yum is necessary for my BTP, I am quite involved in testing the latest release and trying to get started with yum development. I am trying to learn the yum internals and the yum plugin development. To get started with yum plugin development, I picked up an existing plugin fastestmirror and wrote documentation for it. Few days back I submitted the documentation patch on yum-devel list and it is included in the latest release of fastestmirror. Here is the changelog. Apart from this I have also sent 2-3 small patches on yum-devel.
I have come a long way this semester. This semester was almost free. Only 6 classes and a tutorial per week. I was able to focus more on open source and now I feel good that I have finally started contributing to open source 🙂