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From Suresh Marru <>
Subject Re: GSOC 2013
Date Wed, 27 Mar 2013 15:28:29 GMT
Hi Andun,

Thats glad to hear. You are on the right track in terms on the AIRAVATA-798, but this will
require a lot more modifications then you are listing. But you are getting into the grove.
I will elaborate this project in great detail and this will lead to multiple GSOC projects.
We need to think a bit on how to align them. I will get back with finer details on this task.


On Mar 27, 2013, at 10:26 AM, Andun Sameera <> wrote:

> Hi Suresh,
> I have gone though the mail you have sent, which described pretty important
> instructions related to GSOC 2013. Totally agree those points and willing
> to participate in GSOC perfectly understanding those.
> I have put up some comments in [1] to clear my self. Also I have some other
> point to clarify also. In this particular project we are focusing about
> implementing a Web Based Workflow designer. As I understood there are some
> major features we needed to design a workflow. They are like this,
>   - Retrieving registered components and application list from Airavata
>   Registry
>   - Registering new Applications.
> As I understood we have to focus about implementing those. Am I correct ? I
> have a little doubt about the 2nd task.
> Thank You!
> AndunSLG
> [1] -
> On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 11:22 AM, Andun Sameera <> wrote:
>> Hi Suresh,
>> I have did some kind of playing with Airavata. I am bit new to
>> Airavata so takes some time to understand it well. But because of my
>> experience I thought the project which you have highlighted
>> in will be suitable
>> and I like to participate with it. As I understand you are requesting
>> to recreate the service chaining UI with JavaScript. Can you provide
>> more instructions related to this one?
>> Regards
>> Andun S.L. Gunawardana
>> Undergraduate
>> Department of Computer Science And Engineering
>> University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
>> Linkedin  -
>> Blog -
>> On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 9:05 AM, Suresh Marru <> wrote:
>>> Hello Andun,
>>> Good to see you have much of the background needed to work on Airavata.
>> Did you download and try Airavata and see which component interests you to
>> work on?
>>> Suresh
>>> On Mar 6, 2013, at 9:47 AM, Andun Sameera <> wrote:
>>>> Hi Devs,
>>>> I am a final year undergraduate who is willing to participate in GSOC
>>>> 2013. I had lot of experiences using and developing Apache Software
>>>> Foundation projects. I had the chance to complete my software
>>>> engineering internship at WSO2 Lanka Pvt Ltd, which is a leading
>>>> middle-ware solutions development company. Since they are using most
>>>> of the Apache projects to build there solutions, I had many chances to
>>>> get a good exposure to the projects and there code-bases.
>>>> Specially I had the chance to do major projects related to Synapse
>>>> ESB, AXIOM, Tomcat and Axis2. Here are some important examples,
>>>> - Streaming XPath Parser for WSO2 ESB which is built on top of Synapse
>>>> ESB. (
>>>> wso2-esb) This implementation provides a high performance XPath parser
>>>> to the Synapse ESB which is the core of WSO2 ESB.
>>>> - Improving the performance of XSLT mediator of WSO2 ESB using data
>> streams.
>>>> - Implemeting a Entitlement Servlet Filter for WSO2 Application
>>>> Server(
>> )
>>>> Also I have did lot of projects related FOSS arena. You can find more
>>>> about those from my LinkedIn profile -
>>>> or from my blog
>>>> So I think the above highlighted experiences makes me a good candidate
>>>> to do a project in GSOC. Can you give me some ideas or steps to work
>>>> further ?
>>>> Regards
>>>> Andun S.L. Gunawardana
>>>> Undergraduate
>>>> Department of Computer Science And Engineering
>>>> University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka

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