Hi! It has been a lot of time ago since the last post. I am writing because today starts the GSoC application period for the next summer. So if you are a university student and the idea of working in open source during your holidays appeals you, hurry up! You still have 2 weeks to look… Continue reading GSoC 2017
GSoC comes to an end, so it is time to write a last post about it. The project Let’s summarize what I did. You can also see it on Github: https://github.com/openSUSE/osem/commits?author=Ana06 I explained in my last post about the project that I had already changed completely the public schedule of OSEM. Since then I have mainly focused on the… Continue reading GSoC comes to an end 😦
It is a little bit late to post pictures of the GSoC welcome package, but I have just found the pictures I took when I received it 3 months ago and I thought that maybe someone likes to see them.
After writing a lot about the openSUSE Conference 2016, it is time to write about how my GSoC project is going. What I have done As I explained in my first post, my project main objective is to improve the schedule. So, in this first part I focused on the public schedule, which includes the schedule… Continue reading How my GSoC project is going
Hi! My name is Ana, I’m from Madrid, Spain, and you can find me in Github: https://github.com/Ana06. I’m studying the Double Degree in Maths and Computer Science at Complutense University of Madrid. I’m a restless person who loves learning about almost anything. I’m also mad about technology and programming, so when I saw that there was… Continue reading Enhance visitor experience of OSEM