Is there any interest in having one or more Summer of Code students to work on this? Here at OSU we're getting some pings from potential applicants on working on OpenID 2.0 server support in D6. We'd be delighted to point some of our mentor and SoC student resources at this project. Especially adding support for AX, etc.
A proposal to integrate tool with drupal to create mozilla firefox addon for the every site created by any user based on drupal. It can be implemented by integrating a feature at the installation process, to ask the user if he/she wants a mozilla firefox addon for his/her site then it will ask further details about what features user wants to add in the addon. The addon using drupal API will show content from the site based on drupal. Since the API is same in all case, a common process for every site will be used.Read more
I am Garthee from Sri Lanka, who did uLink (universal filtering of links at real time and auto completion of links through AJAX ) for GSOC ’07. As I am still at University, I would like to apply once more and here is my idea…
The problem at hand is authorization / permission control in Drupal.Read more
Hi guys, I'm now in Sunnyvale, and feelin dizzy. Shared a shuttle ride from the airport to our hotel. Tomorrow na ang Summit and I can't wait to see Googleplex and meet the other SoC'ers.
Our own Ruben (benc) Canlas, Jr. will be attending the Google Summer of Code Summit 2007! Congrats benc!
Read more here: http://groups.drupal.org/node/6101
P.S. yung GSOC T-Shirt ko, wala pa ba? :)
For the second year in a row, Google is putting on a Summer of Code Mentor Summit at their Mountainview Campus on Oct. 6, to allow all the projects to come together and share success stories, advice, lessons learned, and brainstorm about how to make the project better. Each project gets to send up to 3 delegates to the summit.
Here's the list of Drupal folks who will be attending:
- Rok Žlender, who was a successful SoC student turned successful SoC mentor, as well as just an awesome guy all around. :) Google loves getting to meet the faces behind their success stories. :)
- Ruben D. Canlas Jr., who is a Drupal SoC veteran, and has offered testing and useful advice to several students in the SoC-2007 group.
- Simon Hobbs, who is a SoC first-timer whose student couldn't say enough nice things about him, and who was very active both in #drupal-soc and in the SoC-2007 group providing advice.
Congratulations, folks! I'll be e-mailing you with the next steps. :)
More instructions available here: http://groups.google.com/group/google-summer-of-code-announce/web/how-to...
Your code must be uploaded to http://code.google.com/p/google-summer-of-code-2007-drupal/downloads/list by Sept. 17, or you will be expected to return your final payment (aka you won't be paid).
Note that the code uploaded should be a snapshot of what was in CVS on August 20, the final day of SoC. You can do this by:Read more
Just as we did at the start of Summer of Code, let's have another call now that we're at the end of Summer of Code, for all the SoC students to talk about their work over the summer, lessons learned, and what's next on the horizon for your projects.Read more
Since I had completed most of the work a week back and responded to the bug reports and feature requests, I didn’t have much to do in the last two weeks.
However, I completed the documentation for the modules (readme files) and now I m working on the project report for the whole project and hoping to freeze code in the coming week after discussing with the mentor.
I encourage Drupal community to download and test the modules.
or they can test the module by creating new pages atRead more