[GSoC 2013]Interested in Porting Samba to GTK3
prannoyp.1994 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 30 06:52:09 MDT 2013
I am attaching my GSoC application.I request you to have a look at it and
Thanks and Regards
On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 11:36 PM, Prannoy Pilligundla <
prannoyp.1994 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Jelmer,Dhananjay
> Thanks for the mail.I downloaded the sourcecode from samba website.I am
> going through the code and also setting up the build
> environment.Considering me as a beginner to samba is there any specific
> thing i could fix to prove my skill?
> Looking forward to hear from you
> Prannoy Pilligundla
> BITS-Pilani,Pilani Campus
> On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 3:02 AM, Dhananjay Sathe <dhananjaysathe at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> Sorry , for the previous message, the machine just froze on me and
>> somehow ended up being sent incomplete. Please pardon any errors.
>> So as i was saying you could dig deeper into the source of the python
>> bindings a good documentation reference to what is happening in them can be
>> gathered from the included comments and annotations , most of the other
>> stuff can be found in MSDN documentation for each of the specific protocol.
>> A major method I used to look at the python docs of the latest version was
>> using pydoc, this together with the aforementioned stuff is quite enough.
>> When in doubt drop a mail or ping on irc.
>> Cheers !
>> Final Yr Undergraduate , BITS Pilani, Goa.
>> Research Assistant , RoboEarth Project
>> Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control,
>> ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
>> dhananjaysathe at gmail.com | f2009260 at goa.bits-pilani.ac.in |
>> dsathe at ethz.ch | +41 76-710-2202
>> On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 11:20 PM, Dhananjay Sathe <
>> dhananjaysathe at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hey Prannnoy ,
>>> +1 it would be super awesome to work on these bindings.
>>> A good place to start would be perhaps reading up the code , getting the
>>> whole thing setup in developer mode (the latest stable release would be
>>> great else nothing like git head, post 4.0 release this should be fairly
>>> simple ) Tryy fireing up the utilities and see what works. See if you can
>>> look at the source, if you wish to dig deeper, you could look into the
>>> Final Yr Undergraduate , BITS Pilani, Goa.
>>> Research Assistant , RoboEarth Project
>>> Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control,
>>> ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
>>> dhananjaysathe at gmail.com | f2009260 at goa.bits-pilani.ac.in |
>>> dsathe at ethz.ch | +41 76-710-2202
>>> On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 11:05 PM, <jelmer at samba.org> wrote:
>>>> On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 09:18:15AM -0400, Prannoy Pilligundla wrote:
>>>> > On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 7:36 AM, Bjoern Baumbach <bb at sernet.de>
>>>> > > The SoC article is slightly deprecated.
>>>> > Is there a SoC Ideas page which is being maintained for this year?
>>>> http://wiki.samba.org/index.php/SoC/Ideas is still the canonical URL.
>>>> That said - this page is intended to just contain a set of ideas of
>>>> you could work on. Ideas, not well-rounded project plans. Since the
>>>> were mostly added by Samba committers, you can expect that picking one
>>>> as the
>>>> start for your application gives you a good shot. The list is however by
>>>> no means exhaustive.
>>>> It would still be nice to see the GTK+ frontends be extended further
>>>> and ported
>>>> to GTK+3.
>>>> As Dhananjay mentioned, he hit issues with the Python bindings
>>>> for some of the DCE/RPC interfaces, which affected *some* of the
>>>> in Samba-GTK.
>>>> I don't see why fixing the issues with the DCE/RPC python bindings
>>>> not be a part of a SoC project improving Samba-GTK.
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