While going through the list of mentoring organizations last night, I realized that there was another software present in them which was dearly loved and efficiently understood by me at the same time. Yup, it’s my favorite distribution — Fedora. I’ve just submitted my application for creating an online reference manual browser which would be able to display info/man pages in hierarchical order of Fedora releases as well as allow its users to perform boolean searches in particular fields.
Summarizing my GSoC attempts so far, I’ve submitted two applications for projects with WordPress and Fedora respectively. The former is essential for my everyday blogging, whereas the latter was once essential for my everyday computing (but even though I use Fedora sparingly these days, I keep myself updated with all of its latest developments and happenings).
Although I can submit 18 more applications before 24th March, I believe in quality being superior to quantity. So this will be all from me for this summer — if neither of my applications get accepted, I’ll just keep improving my skills and try again in the next one.