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From Karl Wright <>
Subject Re: [GSoC] Confluence Connector
Date Thu, 12 Mar 2015 10:42:46 GMT
Hi Antonio (and ALL GSoC applicants),

The ticket for this GSoC feature is CONNECTORS-1161.  I think it's a good
idea for all applicants to attach their proposal to the ticket.  The
proposal should include (according to the GSoC mentor rules): (1) your
previous experience with GSoC; (2) the number of hours you will be able to
spend on the project; (3) a bit of your background; and (for ManifoldCF
especially!) (4) your ability to access instances of the third-party
systems you'd need to do the development, e.g. a Confluence instance.

There is currently another person interested in working on this as well,
and there are other tickets with GSoC2015 tags, so I'd encourage you to
apply to all tickets you may be interested in.  The team here will decide
on the best fits. We want everyone to be successful.

(Antonio, your writeup above is sufficient for all points except (4)).


On Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 11:08 AM, Antonio David Perez Morales <> wrote:

> Hi all
> I'm Antonio David Perez Morales, a Senior Software Engineer of Zaizi and a
> student of a Master in Technology and Software Engineering from the
> University of Seville.
> Some of you already meet me since I work with Apache Manifold in my daily
> job, and I have had to fix, improve and create new connectors and also I
> created some initial idea of processor connector here at work , which
> finally was implemented by Karl as Transformation connector stuff. so I
> have a strong knowledge about the ManifoldCF project.
> I also use Confluence at work and I had to integrate it with Atlassian
> Crowd (a solution for authentication/authorization from Atlassian) so I
> have also a good understanding on Confluence API and how it works.
> I did my last two GSoCs projects within the Apache Stanbol project and I
> also had to integrate it with Manifold at work as well. You can check my
> github account [1] for more information about such projects.
> Now, I'm most focused on extending ManifoldCF features, so I think it is a
> great opportunity to collaborate directly inside ManifoldCF community.
> Regards
> [1]
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