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From Sebastien Goasguen <>
Subject Re: [GSOC] Update to document
Date Fri, 05 Jul 2013 14:39:25 GMT

On Jul 5, 2013, at 10:35 AM, Ian Duffy <> wrote:

> Sorry to create two emails in a row...
> Just in terms of the Google wants/needs deadline on the 29th, is there
> anything you guys, the cloudstack community specifically want to see?

I am going to check exactly what Google requires, the evaluation will be submitted by your
mentor: Abhi :)

In general I think a prototype demo and seeing your code committed is really what we would

So don't be afraid to commit, if you don't want to break the existing setup we can created
a feature branch for you. But we'd rather see lots of small commits than a large chunk at
the end.

> I know Abhi mentioned the creation of a prototype for me in one of the
> gtalk conversations we had awhile back. So I'm hoping to have the
> plugin I detailed in the blog post completely cleaned up and ready for
> review by you guys with full end to end testing by that date. This
> would allow me to have the second half of the Google summer of code
> term to work on creating a UI to allow admins to easily provision
> users and extending the plugin where/if required. As mentioned to
> Sebastien during the skype interviews I would *ideally* like to have
> the project wrapped up by the end of August, based on the progress so
> far this seems possible.
> On 5 July 2013 15:25, Ian Duffy <> wrote:
>> @Sebastien - Is it ok to just copy and paste over what I had in that
>> blog post? (Excluding the opening image and closing paragraph)
>> On 5 July 2013 14:25, Prasanna Santhanam <> wrote:
>>> On Fri, Jul 05, 2013 at 09:18:10AM -0400, Sebastien Goasguen wrote:
>>>> Hi guys,
>>>> I modified the format of our "report", I moved the proposals to a
>>>> chapter and started a new chapter called "updates".
>>>> Each of you should use a section to write a small report/updates on
>>>> your progress so far.
>>>> You can see the doc at:
>>>> Your respective sections should be self-explanatory when you
>>>> checkout the code.
>>>> We will use this for the mid-summer evaluation that Google
>>>> wants/needs.
>>>> A good example of progress report is from Ian at:
>>>> You can include specific things about your project but also things
>>>> related to CloudStack itself, what you are learning (jira, git
>>>> etc..) and what you contributed so far outside your project (e.g
>>>> Meng gave us the quick install guide for 4.1 and Dharmesh is looking
>>>> at a significant update to the code with CLOUDSTACK-212)
>>> Excellent work so far. Great work all!
>>> --
>>> Prasanna.,
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