|Fedora is applying to be a GSoC mentoring organization.
If you are a student looking forward to participating in Google Summer of Code with Fedora, please feel free to browse this idea list. There may be additional ideas added during the application period.
Now please go read the What Can I do Today section of the main page. This has the answers to your questions and tells you how to apply
Do not hesitate to contact the mentors or contributors listed on this page for any questions or clarification. You can find helpful people on the IRC channel, or use the mailing list. can be used for getting help with programming problems.
The following contributors are available to provide general help and support for the GSoC program If a specific project mentor is busy, you can contact one of the people below for short-term help on your project or task. add yourselves and your wiki page).
|Ideas are subject to change as additional mentors are onboarded.
Fedora QA dashboard is an idea of a web application that would be the landing page for QA related activities. The current state, as we see it, is that we have tons of helpful documents, tools, and processes, but these are scattered, or sometimes hard to reach/understand without some preliminary knowledge. We identified this as the major obstacle in bootstrapping new members of the community. Goal for this project is making the learning curve less steep. We have basic PoC, that could serve as a base to build from, or an inspiration for a rework.
Kiwi TCMS has been in talks for Fedora QA since sometime. Last year, Fedora team members made a POC run to a KiwiTCMS instance for sometime. However, the whole idea was to run it and test the viability of Kiwi TCMS becoming a default TCMS for Fedora. As a initial part of the POC efforts, QA identified a few missing pieces which become obstruction to having Kiwi TCMS as our go to TCMS.
Develop and integrate plugin for FAS/AAA AKA noggin for Authentication
Integrate bugzilla with the workflow
Add functionality for submission of anonymous result submission
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