1. A blog that describes the group in detail along with plans for dues.
2. A registration/signup form that students can use to become members of our group. This should include a name, email, phone number, major and graduation year at least.
3. An events page with information about events hosted by the organization as well as outside events that are relevant to our members (hackathons, workshops, industry talks). It should also have a place for a description of the event and links to any relevant sites (for example an event signup page).
4. An admin portal where we can see all registered members and edit or remove them if necessary. It should also give us a place where we can add new events and edit or delete old ones.
The AWSOME HELPERS is a group of enthusiastic students from all over the country, who are willing to work under pressure and help in any way possible. The team is formed with a vision of helping each other and to improve the technical knowledge of the members by encouraging them to participate in various open-source events like GSoC. The aim of this blog is to keep track of the progress made by the team in a particular year. We have had an amazing journey with GSoC 2020, got a lot of valuable experience and lessons learnt which will be helpful for us in future.
In this blog, we will focus on our plans for GSoC 2021. The most important thing we have planned for is to implement a task-management system using some platform like Trello or Asana that will help us in tracking our daily tasks. We will also look forward to working on projects that are not only beneficial for GSoC but also useful for our resume.
We are also looking forward to participating in various coding competitions such as CodeChef, Codechef Campus Chapter, Codeforces etc.
This blog is for GSoC 2021-Google Summer of Code.
We have a team of awsome helpers.
Here is a list of members in the group:
1. Arjun Rai(arjunrai03)
2. Anuj Gupta(anujgupta00)
3. Rohan Jain(rohanjain7)
4. Shubham Pachauri(shubham2399)
5. Abhinav Garg(abhi2777)
6. Ritik Gupta(rgupta98)
7. Yash Bansal(yashbansal12345678910)
The Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global program focused on bringing more student developers into open source software development. Students work with an open source organization on a 3 month programming project during their break from school.
What is the timeline for GSoC 2021?
February 22, 2021: GSoC 2021 Program begins; organizations can begin submitting applications.
March 8, 2021: Student application period opens; organizations can begin adding projects to their GSoC program.
March 22, 2021: Phase I evaluation deadline; organization application process closes.
April 5, 2021: Phase II evaluation deadline; accepted and waiting list organizations announced.
April 12, 2021: Final evaluation deadline; accepted students announced.
May 10 – August 14, 2021: GSoC Coding Period
This is a project developed by the students of Google Summer Of Code 2021. Here we are going to introduce the project in detail.
The idea behind this project is to build an application that helps the users with the task of group management. There are various departments in an organization. Within each department, we have groups based on their tasks. These groups are dynamic and change frequently based on the status of the task at hand. It gets hectic to manage all these groups, as it requires considerable effort to create these groups as well as maintain them over time.
To solve this problem, we are developing a web application named “Group Management” that will help us create and manage our groups efficiently and effectively. This application will be built using Django framework for backend processing and Vuejs for frontend development. This application will provide us with an interface where we can input all the necessary information about our groups and its members and generate pdf copies of the data for further use.
The Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global program that offers post-secondary students an opportunity to be paid for contributing to an open source project over a three month period. Students work with an open source organization on a 10 week programming project during their break from university.
In 2021, the MediaWiki Technical Committee will organize GSoC as part of Wikimedia’s participation in the program.