Hello folks, This had been one of the best summers in my entire life, and one of the most productive one too. All the hard work and love for the work which I did start last year, mostly by this time only I guess, paid off. One of the greatest blessing in my life which… Read More GSoC’17: From 1 Line of Code to 4828
Hello folks, It’s already week 6 of GSoC coding period and through all the way, it was really a great learning experience. Couldn’t even notice how fast time flew by. Here, I’m after 2 days of GSoC Second evaluation result published, and yes, I got passed!! the second evaluation too 🙂 Till now, what all have… Read More GSoC’17-Week #6
Hey people, The second phase of Google summer of code evaluation is near!!. And I have started to work on the second part of my project. That is, I have completed the first part of my project. Yeayy! What’s on hand right now? Started working on the Bundle Manager, creating the UI which was decided… Read More GSoC’17-Week #5
Hello Folks, This is the week after the first review phase and let me tell you, the coding process hasn’t gone smoother than this before. As my older blog posts suggest and as I have told, I was thinking of fixing the UI glitches in the content downloader GUI for this week. Since I was… Read More GSoC’17-Week #4
Here we are at the 3rd week of the official coding period and after completing one of the remarkable milestones in GSoC’17, the first Evaluation. And yes, I successfully, passed the First evaluation. Yay!! 😛 The feedback I got from the community and my mentors are inspiring and I’m grateful to them for giving such a… Read More GSoC’17-Week #3
Week 2 of GSoC’s coding period was pretty dope :D. After all the hard work from the last week, I got my downloader to pull data from the website share.krita.org. As from the Week #1’s work status update, we have all discussed what all classes and functions were required to get this running. I was able… Read More GSoC’17-Week #2
Hello folks, While GSoC under progress, I’m learning new stuff inside the codebase of our application Krita and the library KNewStuff. While, integrating this framework, I came across a wonderful piece of technique written down in the library and tackle different problems like binary compatibility and optimization and all. So it is called d-pointer. So… Read More d-pointer.