From Open Source@Seneca
My name is Archana Sahota. I am currently in my final semester of the Bachelor of Technology (Software Development) program at Seneca College.
My blog is archanasahota.com.
Name: Archana Sahota
Some of my projects include:
FSOSS Research Paper
The Research Paper:
Deliverables for DPS909
The milestone releases for DPS909 are:
|0.1 Release||#279||Adding Plugin for Identi.ca||https://github.com/archanasahota/popcorn-js|
|0.2 Release||#1434||Rewrite loadXML() in processing.js||https://github.com/archanasahota/processing-js/blob/develop/processing.js|
|0.3 Release||#1753,||1.Add getDouble and getDoubleAttribute to XMLElement.
2. calling shape() (on PShapeSVG at least) changes rectMode() and ellipseMode() (and maybe other things)
|0.4 Release||#1771,||1. popStyle() sets curRectMode to undefined.
2. Implemented shearX and shearY in 3D mode.
To Do's for DPS909
The tasks for DPS909 are:
- September 5: Create an account on this wiki for yourself.
- September 5: Create a personal wiki page on this wiki, and add a link for yourself to the People Fall 2011 Open Source Students pages.
- September 5: Create a blog (wordpress) and create a feed category or tag called "open source".
- September 8: Pick one Closed and one Open license/eula, and read them from start to finish. Pick 3 things that struck you about them to present in class next time.
- September 12: Begin learning how to use IRC for communication.
- September 16: Blog about your IRC experience.
- September 19: Watch online lectures about open source community, blog your reactions to something that struck you or resonated.
- September 19: Comment in at least one other student's blog with your feedback to what they wrote.
- September 26: Talk to the project communities on irc for info about each project, potential work you might do and blog about it.
- September 29: Quiz on Thursday on Raymond's essay.
- September 27: Create a github account, if you haven't already, and update Fall 2011 Open Source Students.
- September 27: Clone the github repo for your project.
- September 27: Blog about your experiences getting to know git.
- September 29: Blog about your project.
- September 29: Add links for 0.1 Release when it's done.
- October 13: Work on your 0.2 and blog about your progress.
- October 25: Blog about 0.2 milestone.
- October 28: Attend FSOSS and blog about it.
- November 4: FSOSS Research Paper Due.
- November 7: Fork and clone https://github.com/humphd/mozilla-central.
- November 7: Add https://github.com/doublec/mozilla-central as an upstream remote (e.g.,
git remote add upstream git://github.com/doublec/mozilla-central.git) so you can keep your repo up-to-date with Mozilla's repo.
- November 8: Get a http://bugzilla.mozilla.org account and CC yourself on bug 633602 so you will get updates.
- November 8: Do a debug build of Firefox and blog about it. Figuring out what this means is part of the task.
- November 21: Milestone 0.3 Release and blog about it.
- December 1: Work on 0.4 and blog about it.
- December 11: Milestone 0.4 and blog about it.