First of all thank you for your interest in the Portals GSoC project!
I apologize for my late reply to this email, but currently I’m only able to
dedicate a very small portion of my time to this project (about once a
week, usually on Sundays).
There has been a large amount of interest in this project, and although
only one person can be chosen to carry out this project via GSoC, I deeply
appreciate every patch that is submitted to this repo and it goes a long
way in maintaining these pages.
So to get started, please subscribe to the GSoC task on Phabricator,
I’ll be periodically posting more micro-tasks on that project as time goes
In the mean time, try to set the project up on your local machine. There is
some setup documentation available in the repo. If you find any of the
documentation confusing or out of date, that might be a good place to start
contributing. There have been some issues setting up the project on
windows, so I recommend running it entirely through Windows Subsystem
for Linux if you run into an issue. Also take a look through the Portals
project board and see if any of the tasks there catch your interest.
Please subscribe to the channel on Zulip as well. I’m available for DMs
via that platform.
Thank you again for your interest.
On Sun, Mar 21, 2021 at 12:53 AM Mohammad Shahansha <
I'm Shahansha, a student at Heritage Institute of technology. I have
experince from last more than 1 year in my journey as a developer and have
worked with HTML, CSS, JS,java, Bootstrap 4, Python3, C/C++,mongoDB, MySQL
to enchance MY creativity.
Im interested to enchance develops, enhances, tests and web content
applications with an end goal of creating engaging and user-friendly site
layout and function, I'm much fascinated to be a part of the community,
learn and contribute In wikimedia Gsoc.
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