Author: metoomentor

Here’s everything that happened in #GDGDevfest2016 @Templetown Madurai

Halfway through November, GDG Madurai was getting ready to conduct the second edition of Devfest’16 in Madurai.

In this edition, students and developers got together to the latest cutting edge technologies like cloud computing, VR and VFX, big data analytics on IOT and Progressive web apps.

The event saw the participation of young engineers from various districts in Tamilnadu like Chennai, Coimbatore, Salem, Trichy, Dindugal and Madurai. The hall is not only filled with air but also filled with future Developers.

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The Welcome Note was given by Mr. Senthil Kumar from Qualcomm with full of excitement followed by Mr.Chandrasekaran from Huawei Technologies delivered the Keynote of #Devfest2016.

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Cloud computing is one of most emerging skills today; this session was completely handled by Mr. Karthik Padmanabhan who is working in Google. He started his speech by telling, it’s all on the cloud!! His energy level was in full swing while answering the plenty of questions from student’s side, still now our participants are asking questions to him via twitter.

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The youth of Volunteers from GDG hosted the Panel discussion to the Professors and HODs from various colleges in Madurai which was something awesome and the bits of effective conversations are always remembered by everyone. More than 25+ developers and designers interacted with them.

One week before ahead of the event, our volunteers went for seeking sponsorship for the programme but surprisingly SBL group from Madurai were ready to deliver the topic about VR and how the 360 degree camera is working, and pros & cons of VR. Live Demo has been showed to the participants.

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Ms. Manisha Madhwani and Mr. Shadab from TCS said about the present and future of IOT. Hoping IOT will be the next Industrial revolution!!

Future of web is nothing but Progressive web app, Likewise future of India is nothing but our younger generation. The guy named Prasanth who is pursuing his engineering from Anna University has delivered his speech about Progressive web apps which was the good initiative for him.

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We gave swags and goodies to all the participants.

Event Details

Event Name : “GDGDevFest 2016 Madurai”

Venue: Pearl banquet AC Hall in byepass road, Madurai, Tamil Nadu

Date: 20.11.16

Event type: Full Day

Timings: 09.00a.m to 6.00p.m

Event Hashtag: #GDG #gdgmdu #Devfest2016 #Devfest16mdu

Meetup Link : https://www.meetup.com/Metoomentor/events/235098458/

Event site: http://www.gdgmadurai.in/

Few statistics:

# Participants Registered 384
# Participants Invited 175
# Participants Attended 159
# Women Participants 68

Agenda:

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Gallery:

Edited by – Andal Mariappan

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How to crack Google’s APAC exam? (Tips & Tricks)

The objective of the event is to share the tips and tricks of how to get job in Google. The event covers the details of what is Google APAC Test? How to participate in the test? What are the topic you need to prepare for the test?

Event Details

Event Name : “How to crack Google’s APAC exam? (Tips & Tricks)”

Venue: Blaze Web Services Pvt Ltd, 2nd Floor, St. John’s Building, No: 21, North Vadambokki Street, Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625001

Date: 04.09.16

Event type: Half Day

Timings: 10.00a.m to 1.00p.m

Event Hashtag: #GDG #gdgmdu

Event Site : http://www.meetup.com/Metoomentor/events/233636783/

Event Report

Every child, the word “Mother” gives all strength and joy similarly the word “Google” create a good wavelength among students.
We have planned for this event exactly two weeks before; and started spreading the event news in and around Madurai. We have asked the students to register for the event. Within two days of enrollment we got a huge response of 120 registrations. It’s been very tough for us to shortlist the students, we were very keen while short listing the students with some interesting question the response was fantastic. Finally, we have shortlisted 50 students.
We local developers and students were gathered in a place and started discussing the data structure concepts along with Competitive and dynamic programming to crack the Google APAC Test.
Senthil kumar who gave a talk about data structure and the importance of APAC test. He also shared his views on Google and the story of those who have been placed in Google recently. It was really admirable and students started dreaming about their #lifeatgoogle. Thereby everyone start networking with each other and came up with the solution of cracking APAC exam.

  • We were live with Hash tag: #gdgmdu, #GDG on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
  • We formed a group and planned about the next GDG event in Madurai and how to share the information to end users who are all in rural areas.
  • Both Boys and Girls shared their bilateral conversation about Google Developer Program.
  • We invited 70% College Students and 30% Professional developers.
  • We had 40% Women Participation.

Few statistics:

# Participants Registered 138
# Participants Invited 50
# Participants Attended 46
# Women Participants 11

Agenda

9:00 AM to 10:00 AM : Registration

10:00 AM to 10:30 : Welcome Note

10:30 AM to 11:00 AM : What is APAC Test?

11:00 AM to 11:30 AM : What are tips/tricks to clear the exam?

11:30 AM to 12:00 PM : What are the topics need to prepare.

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM : Practice test.

Target Audience

Developers and students who are willing to attend the Google APAC test.

Outcome

Developers/students able to understand what is Google APAC Test, How to get prepare and attend the test.

Speaker Details:

  • Mr. Senthil Kumar- Senior Research Engineer Qualcomm

Gallery

 

Edited by – Andal Mariappan

How to Become Google Developer

The objective of this event is about to explain the Google developer program. How to take the Google developer training certification program. The participants are encouraged to signup for the udacity and github. The participants will learn how to use Google developer console to build the first project using API keys.

Event Details

Event Name : “How to become a Google Developer”

Venue: 187 Veerakaliamman Kovil Street, Jaihindpuram, Madurai

Date: 07.08.16

Event type: Half Day

Timings: 10.00a.m to 1.00p.m

Event Hashtag: #GDG #gdgmdu

Event Site : https://www.meetup.com/Metoomentor/events/233153337/

Event Report

Initially we have started the overview of our event; it was simply like a Group discussion and discussed what would we contribute further in #GDG. Later we had seen the real demo about “Google Cloud Vision and Speech API “It was amazing when we saw the demo on #GoogleHangout on air. Next to that, Speakers shared their view on IOT, Applied CS, Linux and Github.

They have explained about the Pros of all the value added courses provide by Google, and had a practical session about how to create new project on Google cloud console and to create account in Github.

The whole even was streaming live. The one who missed out the live streaming of Google Cloud Platform, Here is the link to know more about Vision and Speech API
check out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elG6R2ipfb8

  • We were live with Hash tag: #gdgmdu, #GDG on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
  • Women participants has applied for  Android Certified program and they have created a Github account
  • We have played a video on Google cloud platform Speech and Voice API.
  • We formed a group and planned about the next GDG event in Madurai and how to share the information to end users who are all in rural areas.
  • Boys also shared their view and spread the awareness to the girls that seems like pleasant and wonderful experience.
  • Both Boys and Girls shared their bilateral conversation about Google Developer Program

Few statistics:

# Participants Registered 21
# Participants Invited 21
# Participants Attended 14
# Women Participants 05

 

Agenda

10:00 to 10:30 what is Google developer program
10:30 to 11:30 How to create a developer account
11:30 to 12:30 create new project on Google cloud console and get API key.
12:30 to 1:00 feedback session and discuss about opengdg project and devfest planning

Target Audience

Developers, computer science teachers and students who are willing to learn about google technology.

Outcome

Developers/students able to understand what is Google developer program, How to get certification from Google. How to get free training on Android course from google.

Speaker Details:

  • Mr. Senthil Kumar
  • Ms. Andal Mariappan
  • Mr. Prasanth
  • Mr. Aravind Thiraviam
  • Mr. Tharun Pandey
  • Mr. Ajay
  • Mr. Madhesh
  • Mr. Seshan

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Edited by  – Andal Mariappan

Android N suggestions came out from GoogleIO 2016

The objective of Google I/O 2016 Extended is to gather the Madurai’s developers as well as students who are willing to be a tech lover for a one-day meet-up.
Final agenda being drafted around 10:30 am lots of confusion before the event gets started, At the end of the day “The initiative was a fantastic success!”

It was the day our team finally shows off about
GoogleIO
Android updates
Google Products
We covered some of the stuff what Google has announced on io16 event.
We were live with Hash tag: #gdgmdu and #io16 on Twitter, Facebook and Google+

Lots of new faces at this GoogleIO in Madurai. We began with the welcome note by Mrs. Manimala Co-founder of Metoomentor. Next to the adressing session Mr Saravanan from Shuttersketz delivered the session about progressive web app

Speaker Details:

Mr: Saravanan
Mr. Ashwin Vairavan deliverd about Git and Mango DB
Mrs. Sabitha MS said about Internet of things
Mr Shiva Surya said about Android Nanodegree

In between we played a video about Google products. Interactive games and quiz sessions were conducted by Nirmal, Sabari and Aswin

We have asked the participants to suggest the name of Android ‘N’
The names were,
Nutella
Neiyappam
Nanari
Nellikai
Neipaniyaram
NeiDhosai
Nuts and so on..
the response was fabulous!!

We gave swags and goodies to the participants.

Registration:

tinyurl.com/thegeekseventmdu

Event Site:

Google I/O Extended in Madurai 2016

Saturday, May 28, 2016, 10:00 AM

Thiagarajar college of Engineering
Near Thiruparankundram Madurai, IN

57 Metoomentor Madurai Went

Google I/O 2016 Extended in Madurai aims at gathering Madurai’s developers as well as students who are willing to be a tech lover for a one-day meet-up. Final agenda is still being drafted but be sure you will be kept up to date on any news happening here! Seats are limited, so take yours! Prior Registration is must! https://www.tinyurl.com/thegee…

Check out this Meetup →

Few Statistics:

# Participants Registered:210
# Participants Invited :150
# Participants Attended : 112
# Women Participants : 26

Gallery:

Edited by  –  Andal Mariappan

Google IO 2016 Viewing Party

Google I/O 2016 is an Input and Output Product conference held by Google in San Francisco, California every year. Google I/O features highly technical, in-depth sessions focused on building web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies such as Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google APIs.

Here in Madurai, we provide opportunity to high school students from various schools to know about the Google IO.

The Google I/O 2016 keynote promises to be an action-packed affair that you won’t want to miss, and the entire event was streaming live. It gave new experience for students to share their favourite Google I/O moment ever.

Event Tag:      #io16, #gdgmdu

Speaker Details:

  • Mrs. Suganthi
  • Mr. Saravanan KR
  • Mr. Aravind Thiraviam
  • Mr. Nirmal
  • Mr. Samjebstephen
  • Mr. Chatishwaran
  • Mr. Senthil Nathan
  • Mr. Sabari Vasagan

Few Statistics:

Participants Invited: 50

Participants Attended: 36

We invited 70% High school students and 30% Professional developers; Speakers delivered various sessions like,

  • Google IO 2016 Overview
  • Project ARA
  • Android Various Versions
  • Google Cars
  • Google IO 2016

We were live with Hash tag:  #gdgmdu and #io16 on Twitter, Facebook and Google+. We gave swags and goodies to the participants.

Outcome:

Developers / students able to understand the Google IO.

Gallery:

Edited by  – Andal Mariappan

 

Technovation Madurai 2016 Official Pitch Event Report

The highlight of the competition is being held for the first time in Madurai, Tamilnadu, India.

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May 01.2016 – It was a sunny, lazy Sunday morning outside but with cool, enthusiastic people inside. This was the scenario inside Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce & Industry where school students had come to participate in Technovation official regional pitch event 2016 in Madurai. It was a full day pitch event, and was 16 teammates started showing up their products. Open Registrations didn’t end until 4:30 in the evening, 415 Audience on course to support the team mates something awesome.

We began with a warm welcome address by Mrs. Manimala Co-founder of Metoomentor organization and Mr. Senthil Kumar Senior Research Scientist Qualcomm gave a brief introduction of the Technovation challenge following which we acquainted the participants with the problem statement and judging procedure.  Keynote was given by Mr. Karthikeyan Senior Staff Engineer Qualcomm. Next to the addressing session, Technovation participants had to pitch their ideas related to the problem that they are facing in local region.

In morning session 8 team mates had pitch their ideas along with the business plan and marketing strategy. In the midst of all of this were Volunteer team members keeping the spirits up of the participants and audience by playing audio and video about the women empowerment and previous Technovation team talks.

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Left To Right

Mr. JK Muthu Chairman Digit- All

Mr. Senthil Kumar Senior Research Scientist Qualcomm

Mr. Paul Ravindranath Google Head Accelerator

Mr. Karthikeyan Senior Staff Engineer Qualcomm

Mrs.  Dhana Kodithi Senior, Lead Engineer Qualcomm.

Mrs. Subha Prabhakaran Chair Person SHARP

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Keynote by Mr Karthikeyan – Senior Staff Engineer Qualcomm

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Participants Pitch

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415 Audience on course to support the team mates

Then it was time for lunch break.  After lunch break, the next 8 team mates continued with their pitch session. We gave time for audience vote and collected the judge’s votes.  In between Uma Maheshwari from Sourashtra School delivered her research about Google.Local, also she told the difference between Google and Google.Local chief guest were inspired about her talk

The judging started at 5:00 PM. Judges interacted with the teams. It was indeed tough to select the winners.

Finally there were three teams announced as winners:

First place: Gracious Team (Cypro App) won it all by getting the first position for their efforts.

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Second place: Electric Girls (Career Guidance) won second place. Their Team work was excellent

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Third place: Charming Girls (My-Ticket) bagged the third prize. Their UI was just fantastic!!

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For the winners and participants prize was awarded by,

Mr. Paul Ravindranath Head, Google Accelerator

Mr. Rethinavelu Senior President / Chairman, TN Chamber

Mr. Sambasivan Vice Principal, Madura College

Mr. Karthikeyan Senior Staff Engineer, Qualcomm

Mrs. Rajakumari Jeevagan Chairperson, Women Entrepreneurs

Mrs. Subha Prabakaran Chair Person, SHARP

Mrs. Dhana Kodithi Senior Lead Engineer, Qualcomm

The event concluded with National Anthem. It was a pleasure looking at all the happy relaxed faces.

Event Tag:  #technovation #technovationmadurai #ideapitch

Total Registration: 415 (Open Registration)

Total Teammates: 16 team (58 students)

Meet up Link: http://www.meetup.com/Metoomentor/events/230636331/

Website Link:  http://www.thegeeksevent.in/technovationmadurai/

Gallery:

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Chief Guest 

 

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This was the scenario inside Tamilnadu Chamber of Commerce & Industry Madurai on May 1st 2016.

Edited by – Andal Mariappan

International Women’s Day Hackathon 2016

Event Date : 27.03.16

Event Venue : Maditssia Hall Madurai

Event type : Full Day Event

Event Description : The objective of the event is to conduct a regional pitch event for Technovation challenge 2016 participants in this region. The event provides opportunity for all students to pitch their idea.

Event Agenda:

  • 9:30 to 10:00     Registration
  • 10:00 to 10:15    Welcome Note
  • 10:15 to 11:15       Panel Discussion
  • 11:15 to 12:15        Competition
  • 11:30 to 12:30      Chief Guest Speech
  • 12:30 to 1:15         Interactive Games & Quiz
  • 1:15 to 2:00           Lunch
  • 2:00 to 3:15           Design Sprint
  • 3:15 to 3:30           Tea & Networking
  • 3:30 to 5:00         Technovation School Pitch
  • 5:00 to 5:30          Result & prize distribution
  • 5:30 to 5:45          Photos session
  • 5:45 to 6:00         Thanking Note

Event Tag:      #gdgmdu

Event Banner:  Poster

Registration Form URL:   https://www.tinyurl.com/iwdhmdu2016

Event Site:

Meetup.com: http://www.meetup.com/Metoomentor/events/229660677/

Speaker Details:

  • Mrs: Anantha Soruba Santhi Principal of  Sethurajan Padma Higher Secondary School
  • Ms. D. Thajun Nisha Proprietor of Dream East Company
  • Dr. R . Madhu Meena Owner of Madhu Meena’s Stop and Shop Collections
  • Ms. Sana RJ Suryan FM
  • Mr. Balaji Babu Validation Engineer at UST Global
  • Mr. Senthil Kumar Senior Research Engineer Qualcomm

Few statistics:

# Online Registration 46
# Participants Invited 100
# On Spot Registration 72
# Women Participants 83

Event Report:

  • We invited 70% School Students and 30% Professional developers,
  • We had 70% Women Participation.
  • We were live with Hash tag:  #gdgmdu on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
  • We have shortlisted 19 school teams for International Womens Day Hackathon 2016 participation.
  • We formed Individual Drawing/ Painting Competition for participants on the theme of Women in Technology.
  • The winners and runners of Drawing/ Painting Competition got the swags and goodies
  • We formed 12 groups for design sprint and asked the students and developers to come up with a story board and prototype for Swachh bharat Abiyan, The response was fantastic
  • The event provides opportunity to 17 technovation teams from various schools to pitch their idea.
  • We gave swags and goodies to 17 technovation teams.
  • The winners of the Quiz got the swags and goodies

 Design Sprint:

Drawing Competition Theme – Women in Technology

Gallery:

 

Edited by  – Andal Mariappan

 

Google Study Jam 2016 KickOff

Google Study Jam 2016 KickOff

 

Event Report

  • We invited 90% Student developers and 10% Professional developers,
  • We had 60% Women Participation.
  • We were live with Hash tag: #gdgmadurai, #gdgmadustudyjam on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
  • We have shortlisted 100 students for Study Jam 2016 participation.
  • Students registered  in udacity study jam program.
  • We translated the video contents to Tamil to enable more people understand the course.
  • We formed 12 groups and asked the students to come up with all their doubts and question in a quiz format.
  • The winners of the Quiz got the swags and goodies

Few statistics:

# Participants Registered 100
# Participants Invited 100
# Participants Attended 84
# Women Participants 50

 

Participant’s details here

Gdrive URL: https://goo.gl/KKv8Pe

Registration:

tinyurl.com/mdustudyjams

Event Site:

Meetup.com : http://www.meetup.com/Metoomentor/events/228914477/

Google Plus Event: https://goo.gl/aehzE3

Outcome

  • Developers/students able to take the Android for Beginners course. The should be able to study as a group for the online course.

 

Event Photos:

https://goo.gl/85wIzr

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Agenda

Time Session Speaker
9:30 – 10:00 Am Registration
10:00  – 10:30 Am Introduction about StudyJam Senthilkumar M
10.30  to 11:00 Am Registration for Udacity Study Jam
11:00  – 11:15 Am Offline content distribution.
11:15 – 12:00 AM Course Overview Senthilkumar M
12:00 – 1:00 PM Watching the course Videos
1:00 – 1:30 PM Networking & snacks

 

Programmable Web API

SMS  CALL API
Exotel (Send and Receive SMS and Calls)
Registration: hackathon.exotel.in
API Documentation: http://support.exotel.in

General APIs
Pebble
http://developer.getpebble.com

DarkSky (Weather & Forecast Data)
https://developer.forecast.io/

Google Services
https://developers.google.com/products/?csw=1

Rhine (Finds Association Between Words, Images, and More)
https://rhine.io/index.html

Rdio (Streaming Music Service)
http://www.rdio.com/developers/

OpenWeatherMap (Weather Data)
http://openweathermap.org/

SendGrid (Send and Receive Emails)
https://sendgrid.com/home-two

Soundcloud
https://developers.soundcloud.com/docs/api/guide

Spotify (Streaming Music Service)
https://developer.spotify.com/web-api/

Twitter
https://dev.twitter.com/overview/documentation

Wolfram|Alpha (Computation Engine)
http://products.wolframalpha.com/api/

Ziggeo (Cloud Video Platform)
http://ziggeo.com/docs

Sabre (Travel API)
https://developer.sabre.com/docs/read/Home

BDRE

Big Data Ready Enterprise (BDRE)makes big data technology adoption simpler by optimizing and integrating various big data solutions and providing them under one integrated package. BDRE provides a unified framework for a Hadoop implementation that can drastically minimize development time and fast track the Hadoop implementation. It comprises a reusable framework that can be customized as per the enterprise ecosystem. The components are loosely integrated and can be de-coupled or replaced easily with alternatives.The primary goal of BDRE is to accelerate Bigdata implementations by supplying the essential frameworks that are most likely to be written from scratch. It can drastically reduce effort by eliminating hundreds of man hours in operational framework development. Big Data implementations however, require specialized skills, significant development effort on data loading, semantic processing, DQ, code deployment across environments etc.
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OpenAppHack

Openapphack is an attempt to enable end to end automation of Application Development using opensource tools for provisioning , code authoring and scaffolding. Openapphack leverages ansible and yeoman to do this. The goal is to get a collection of fully functional , customizable apps working on the openapphack-vm from a set of plain yaml files. View Project

 


Solum

An OpenStack related project designed to make cloud services easier to consume and integrate into your application development process. Solum is natively designed for OpenStack clouds and leverages numerous OpenStack projects, including Heat, Keystone, Nova, Trove, and more. We value vendor neutrality, open design and collaboration, and leveraging existing solutions where possible. One example is our use of Docker for deployment of containers. Multiple language run-time environments will be supported with a modular “language pack” solution so you can easily run applications written in any language of your choice.
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Julia Programming Language

Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for technical computing, with syntax that is familiar to users of other technical computing environments. It provides a sophisticated compiler, distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive mathematical function library. View Project

 

 

Ghost

Ghost is a simple, powerful publishing platform that allows you to share your stories with the world. View Project

 

 

Swathanthra Malayalam Computing

Swathanthra Malayalam Computing (SMC) is a free software collective engaged in development, localization, standardization and popularization of various Free and Open Source Softwares in Malayalam language. View Project

 

 

coala

coala is a code analysis application written in Python that offers great usability and an interface to add and create analysis routines for any programming language. “Ping us on https://gitter.im/coala-analyzer/coala so we can help you get started!” View Project

 

 

Babel

Babel is an integrated collection of utilities that assist in internationalizing and localizing Python applications, with an emphasis on web-based applications. View Project

 



Fedora Projects

pkgdb2

It is the application handling who is allowed to commit on the git of the Fedora packages, it also handles who is the person getting the bugs on the bugzilla and who get the notifications for changes in the git, builds or bugs.
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mirrormanager2

MirrorManager is the application that keeps track of the nearly 400 public mirrors, and over 300 private mirrors,that carry Fedora, EPEL, and RHEL content, and is used by rpmfusion.org, a third party repository. It automatically selects the “best” mirror for a given user based on a set of fallback heuristics. View Project

 


anitya

Its goal is to regularly check if a project has made a new release. Originally developed within Fedora, the project created tickets on the Fedora bugzilla when a new release is available.
View Project


 

fedora-packages

A webapp that visualizes data from various pieces of Fedora Infrastructure. Written in Python using TurboGears2 and Moksha. View Project

 


fedmsg_meta_fedora_infrastructure

fedmsg is a set of tools for knitting together services and webapps into a realtime messaging net. This package contains metadata provider plugins for the primary deployment of that system: Fedora Infrastructure.
View Project


 

fedimg

Service to automatically upload built Fedora images to internal and external cloud providers. View Project

 

 

fmn.web

fmn is a family of systems to manage end-user notifications triggered by fedmsg, the Fedora FEDerated MESsage bus. View Project

 


fedora-tagger

A Flask app for helping us tag Fedora packages.
View Project


 

fmn.consumer

fmn is a family of systems to manage end-user notifications triggered by fedmsg, the Fedora FEDerated MESsage bus. View Project

 



CoderDojo Projects

cp-zen-platform

Zen was set up to track new coding clubs and help the CoderDojo Foundation track new clubs being set up worldwide. It is now a fully fledged community platform, including forums, a bespoke ticketing system and Mozilla Open Badges integration. It is built usingNodeJS and AngularJS. This repository is the front end section.
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cp-dojos-service

Zen was set up to track new coding clubs and help the CoderDojo Foundation track new clubs being set up worldwide. It is now a fully fledged community platform, including forums, a bespoke ticketing system and Mozilla Open Badges integration. It is built usingNodeJS and AngularJS. This repository is part of the backend. View Project

 


cp-events-service

Zen was set up to track new coding clubs and help the CoderDojo Foundation track new clubs being set up worldwide. It is now a fully fledged community platform, including forums, a bespoke ticketing system and Mozilla Open Badges integration. It is built usingNodeJS and AngularJS. This repository is part of the backend.
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cp-users-service

Zen was set up to track new coding clubs and help the CoderDojo Foundation track new clubs being set up worldwide. It is now a fully fledged community platform, including forums, a bespoke ticketing system and Mozilla Open Badges integration. It is built usingNodeJS and AngularJS. This repository is part of the backend. View Project

 


cp-salesforce-service

Zen was set up to track new coding clubs and help the CoderDojo Foundation track new clubs being set up worldwide. It is now a fully fledged community platform, including forums, a bespoke ticketing system and Mozilla Open Badges integration. It is built usingNodeJS and AngularJS. This repository is part of the backend.
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GNOME Projects

GNOME projects are listed on Github, but GNOME does not accept contributions through Github. To contribute to a project, one needs to submit a patch at https://bugzilla.gnome.org/.

Go through the instructions on this page – https://wiki.gnome.org/Newcomers/ChooseProject to understand how you can setup a project and submit a patch via Bugzilla. You should read this document to understand how to submit a good patch – http://coala.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Getting_Involved/Writing_Good_Commits/

Builder

Builder is a new IDE for GNOME that is focused on bringing the power of our platform to more developers than ever before. It is currently under heavy development and needs your help to become a success.
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Calender

GNOME Calendar is a simple and beautiful calendar application designed to perfectly fit the GNOME desktop. By reusing the components which the GNOME desktop is build on, Calendar nicely integrates with the GNOME ecosystem.
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Documents

Documents is a document manager application designed to work with GNOME 3. It’s included in the default set of core applications since GNOME 3.2.
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Maps

Maps gives you quick access to maps all across the world. We use the collaborative OpenStreetMap database, made by hundreds of thousands of people across the globe.
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Music

Music is the new GNOME music playing application. It aims to combine an elegant and immersive browsing experience with simple and straightforward controls.
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Polari

Polari is an IRC chat client designed to integrate with the GNOME desktop. Polari supports group chatting in chat rooms and private messaging on a wide range of popular IRC servers.
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To-Do

GNOME To Do is a simplistic personal task manager designed to perfectly fit the GNOME desktop. Designed from ground up to seamlessly integrate with the GNOME desktop environment, To Do enables you to be as productive as you want.
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DuckDuckGo Projects

zeroclickinfo-goodies

This is the repository for DuckDuckGo “Goodie” Instant Answers. Goodies do not retrieve data from a third party API. Goodies provide their results entirely through server-side code. They may use a static data file stored on DuckDuckGo’s server, but they do not call external resources. Cheat sheets are a simple type of Goodie consisting of a single local JSON file.
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zeroclickinfo-spice

This is the repository for DuckDuckGo “Spice” Instant Answers. Spices retrieve data from third party JSON APIs. Spices provide their results via one or more calls to external endpoints. View Project

 


zeroclickinfo-fathead

This is the repository for DuckDuckGo “Fathead” Instant Answers. Fatheads are key-value Instant Answers backed by a database on DuckDuckGo’s servers. The keys of the database are typically words or phrases, and they are also used as the triggers for the Instant Answer. When a database key is queried, the corresponding row from the database is returned, which is typically a paragraph of text.
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zeroclickinfo-longtail

This is the repository for DuckDuckGo “Longtail” Instant Answers. Longtails are database-backed, full-text-search Instant Answers. For every query DuckDuckGo receives, each Longtail’s database of articles is searched and any matching articles are used to display a paragraph of text, highlighting the portion of the article which matches the query. View Project

 


chrome-zeroclickinfo

This is the repository for the official Chrome extension for DuckDuckGo. It adds Instant Answers to Google and Bing search results, and a toolbar button that lets you search with DuckDuckGo. You can also search with DuckDuckGo from the omnibox if you start your searches the “d “.
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firefox-zeroclickinfo

This is the repository for the official “DuckDuckGo Plus” Firefox extension. It makes DuckDuckGo available in the address bar, search bar and right-click menu and also adds a toolbar button with more features..
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