- Name: Bogdan Stoian
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sugar Labs username: Bogdan Stoian
- IRC nickname: bogdan_s
- First language: Romanian
- Working hours: 8:00 to 22:00 UTC (Flexible)
Why do you want to work on an open-source project this summer?
I'm in the last year of faculty of Computer Science and is one of the last things I wanna do before get my bachelor degree. I understand so well the need of open source projects for people all around the world. Also I used many open source projects in my activity as a student at a Computer Science faculty and I think is time to help other open source projects to evolve and serve the needs of many people. I'm eager to collaborate with a community, members from different countries and tring to do something that will help others for free, as well learning by doing things in a project is started already, I'm sure it will contribute a lot to my experience.
About your project
- Describe your project in 10-20 sentences. What are you making? Who are you making it for, and why do they need it? What technologies (programming languages, etc.) will you be using?
Who are you making it for, and why do they need it?
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- What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22; tell us what you will be working on each week. (As the summer goes on, you and your mentor will adjust your schedule, but it's good to have a plan at the beginning so you have an idea of where you're headed.) Note that you should probably plan to have something "working and 90% done" by the midterm evaluation (27 June); the last steps always take longer than you think, and we will consider cancelling projects which are not mostly working by then.
- Convince us, in 5-15 sentences, that you will be able to successfully complete your project in the timeline you have described. This is usually where people describe their past experiences, credentials, prior projects, schoolwork, and that sort of thing, but be creative. Link to prior work or other resources as relevant.
You and the community
- If your project is successfully completed, what will its impact be on the Sugar Labs community? Give 3 answers, each 1-3 paragraphs in length. The first one should be yours. The other two should be answers from members of the Sugar Labs community, at least one of whom should be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email contact information for non-GSoC mentors.
- What will you do if you get stuck on your project and your mentor isn't around?
If I get stuck (and that would not be the first time happen to me), I will take a break (usually I like to listen to music and go to have a run or walk in the park or eat something I like a lot) and then come back and reconsider all the log activities I have done till getting stuck. Often I find different possibilities to do one thing and that helped me a lot to avoid problems and losing time. If that will not work, I will begin to work at something else until I get in touch with my mentor to keep things going on.
- How do you propose you will be keeping the community informed of your progress and any problems or questions you might have over the course of the project?
- Send us a link to a screenshot of your Sugar development environment with the following modification: when you hover over the XO-person icon in the middle of Home view, the drop-down text should have your email in place of "logout".
Please include the category tag at the bottom of your page the Catagory tag for 2015 GSoC applications.