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From Ankush Mishra <>
Subject Re: Welcome to GSoC 2016 from your mentor and OpenMeetings community
Date Sun, 24 Apr 2016 06:20:48 GMT
I am glad to be here for GSoC 2016. Thanks for clarifying a lot of those 
things, and looking forward to working with you all the next couple of 

Skype would be preferable on my side for weekly conferences, I haven't 
got the Video screensharing working on my side for OM. Since, I only 
needed the calendar part, I sort of left it there. I am at Bangalore, 
India which would be UTC + 5:30, Indian Standard Time.

I'll add a few sub-tasks to the issue, soon in this week.

Ankush Mishra

On 24-04-2016 10:03, wrote:
> Hi Dmitriy, Ankush,
> how are you doing? I would like to congratulate you both upon your 
> successful application for GSoC 2016!
> The next weeks will interesting, maybe sometimes stressful. However 
> let's make the process fun! I think there are plenty of interesting 
> things happening in this program and you guys are pretty lucky to 
> score one of those seats!
> *Around communication*
> Technical questions should always be send to 
> <> and 
> cc me and Maxim. One of the success criteria of the project will be 
> how well you keep the community up to date around our project! I am 
> obviously there to help :)
> Project administration relevant questions you can always send to me, 
> Maxim and privately. I think you also got some mailing list contact 
> from Google for students.
> *Next steps in your project*
> 1) Source Code management: I had a chat with Maxim, he suggested we 
> use GitHub. There is an OpenMeetings Mirror on 
> Github:
> You can simply fork that. Me or Maxim can then create or request a 
> patch and commit it to Apache at 
> Please let me know if there are any concerns around this.
> 2) Task management: Your proposals already link to a specific Jira. We 
> can just create sub-tasks in this Jira ticket. I would hope we can 
> start with creating a few sub-tasks now. A sub task should be no 
> longer then 1-2 weeks of work.
> This will also help to make the project progress transparent to everyone.
> *Weekly conf meeting*
> We will set up a weekly meeting in either OpenMeetings or Skype. We're 
> just trying to find out a time that suits all.
> Can you share your time zone?
> @Dmitriy, You're in Novosibirsk, right?
> How about you @Ankush ?
> Thanks,
> Sebastian
> -- 
> Sebastian Wagner
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