“On two occasions I have been asked [by members of Parliament!]: ‘Pray, Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right answers come out ?’ I am not able rightly to apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that could provoke such a question.“— Charles Babbage Welcome everyone, this is your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and this week was the last week of Phase-1 and the evaluations for the first phase.
“When someone says: ‘I want a programming language in which I need only say what I wish done’, give him a lollipop.” — Alan J. Perlis in Software Metrics Welcome everyone, this is your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and this week has been relatively a little odd. The week started a little slow but slowly it turned out to be a good and productive week. A Slow Start LFortran Testing Finally, The Missing Pull Request The Long Awaited Meeting What now?
“How did it get so late so soon?” ― Dr. Seuss Welcome everyone, this is your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and we’re running late on everything this week. This time we will talk about some operating system stuff along with the week’s work. I will have more blogs on operating systems and that type of stuff soon. For now, let’s talk about what’s happening. Why so Late? What about Work?
In real open source, you have the right to control your own destiny. - Linus Torvalds Welcome everyone, this is your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and this time we will talk about the Week 2 of the coding period for GSoC 2019 and the story of the elusive pull requests which people had to wait almost the whole week for. The Weekend after the Meeting A Bad Start
Empowerment of individuals is a key part of what makes open source work, since in the end, innovations tend to come from small groups, not from large, structured efforts. - Tim O’Reilly Welcome everyone, this is your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and today I would like to tell you about the Community Bonding Period of GSoC 2019 and also talk about my project and organization in detail.
The joy of coding Python should be in seeing short, concise, readable classes that express a lot of action in a small amount of clear code, not in reams of trivial code that bores the reader to death - Guido van Rossum Welcome everyone, I am your host Nikhil Maan aka Sc0rpi0n101 and I will be barraging you with blogs of my progress with my GSoC project. This is the blog for the first week of work.