I’m very happy to announce that, once again, we have been accepted as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code - 2019 . Thanks to everyone who worked for the application process, and mentor requirements.
Further, the upcoming deadlines for GSoC 2019 are,
25 March - 06 April : Student Application Period
27 May - 26 August: Coding
24 -28 June: Mentors and students submit Phase I evaluations
22- 26 July: Mentors and students submit Phase II evaluations
26 August - 02 September: Mentors final evaluations
For more information on project timelines and expectations for primary and backup mentors , please refer to the OpenMRS GSoC 2019 wiki page . The wiki page will be updated with the list of projects and mentors as they are identified.
I am Rimjhim Bhadani, a third year B.Tech undergrad from India. I am a fan of open source development and work primarily on android projects. I had been a GSoC18 student and GCI18 and GCI17 mentor. I want to work with the community for GSoC19. I am interested in OpenMRS Android Client. I hope to have a great time here!
@suthagar23 Are there talk channels for projects? Like, suppose if I face an issue in building the project or need any clarification, where should I talk about it to the project mentors and other contributors?
I am Kanika Aggarwal from Computer Science department . Recently I was going
through your organization 's idea view list and I am really excited for Nigeria Telemedicine App project . I have very nice ideas regarding the project .
@suthagar23 due to the poor code review culture that we currently have, am suggesting that just as we require GSoC applicants to have done some tickets, can we also require them to have done some code reviews?
@suthagar23 I am interested to work on the Idea Integrate Bootstrap as Foundation for OpenMRS Reference Application . Can you please help me on how to get started?
Which repository is being associated with this Idea ON GitHub?