LE Community Portal
|Mentor||Kevin Ollivier (kollivier)|
|Suitable for Beginners?||yes|
|Applications (1st Choice)||12 (11 submitted | 1 in-progress)|
|Applications (2nd Choice)||7 (7 submitted | 0 in-progress)|
|Code of Conduct||https://kolibri-dev.readthedocs.io/en/develop/contributing/code_of_conduct.html|
|License||MIT license (MIT)|
As the community using the Kolibri Learning Platform (https://learningequality.org/kolibri/) grows, we would like to have better tools for learning more about their situations and needs. We also want to give the community more opportunities to engage in the process of making Kolibri an even better product. This project would create a community portal that would allow us to learn more about the various communities Kolibri serves, and allows those communities to request content for inclusion in the Kolibri content library.
- Needed: Python and HTML/CSS/JS programming experience
- Nice to have: Vue and/or Django programming experience
Tasks And Features
The community portal will need the following features:
User registration, ideally with social auth sign-in.
A form for community members to provide details about their implementations, including the number of learners they are serving and their location, as well as the languages and subjects their learners need.
A form for community members to request content sources for inclusion in the Kolibri content library, as well as pages to view and vote for existing content source requests.
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Janhavi Shedge , Wednesday, May 13, 07:36 UTC
We are Janhavi and Tanisha from Team Debug Entities.
After going through the project website and repository, we feel that LE Community Portal is the right project for us to contribute and also develop our skills.
Both of us have been learning Data Science as a course since the first semester, which is why we are pretty comfortable in python. We also have basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, JS and Django. We are willing to learn Vue.
Since a new web app will be created, we would like to know if there is anything which we can do before a new Github repository is created and the start of the contribution period. We are looking forward to contributing to the project and would appreciate your guidance for the same.
venkata sindhu kandula, Monday, March 30, 20:47 UTC
We are Team Jarvis. I and my teammate Anita are pursuing masters in computer science from University of Florida.
We have come across LE Community Portal and believe that this is perfect for us to work on and would love to contribute to this project.
Please find our LinkedIn profiles below:
We are constantly willing to learn new skills like vue, django and this project will help us learn more about these.
Looking forward for your response.
Akansha2202, Monday, March 30, 19:25 UTC
I and my teammate has good experience in HTML/CSS/ JS as well as bootstrap and PHP.
as well as we both know Django and python very well.
hence we would like to contribute to this project.
Please, help us to get started.
My team name is TheSmasshers
Akansha2202, Monday, March 30, 16:50 UTC
I would like to contribute to this project.
.Please, help me to get started.
My team name is TheSmasshers
Pakhi2001, Sunday, March 29, 15:28 UTC
I would like to contribute in this project. willing to learn anything that can help to contibute in this project.Please help me to get started.
Pakhi2001, Sunday, March 29, 14:40 UTC
I would like to contribute in this project. Please help to get started.
Sara Latif, Sunday, March 29, 13:20 UTC
I am Sara and my team member is Sundas, we are interested in this project we bear basic skills to meet this project and also we are working on Django, I am sure when this program will begin we will have all the skills, I look forward to participating in this project.
Shalini Negi, Sunday, March 29, 06:51 UTC
We are Shalini Negi and Sapna Tomar from team Geekoders.
We both are very enthusiastic about contributing to this project.
My teammate Sapna skills are -> Django, Flask, Emberjs, data structures, SQL.
Mine skills are -> Android, Java, vue, CPP, HTML, and CSS.
Both of us are willing to learn Vue and Django. We are interested as well as excited to work on this project. Looking forward to getting further guidelines.
LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomarsapna/
Nistha-tech, Friday, March 27, 06:35 UTC
Hi! These are Nistha Gupta and Deepika rana from team technocrats! We are interested in this amazing project and hope to start our contribution! We satisfy all the project requirements and we are willing to study vue and django. We have gone through the links mentioned in the earlier comment. We are interested as well as excited to work on this project. Looking forward to get the further guidelines .
LinkedIn profile : linkedin.com/in/nistha-gupta-611a21190
92612ShiyuQiu, Thursday, March 26, 01:25 UTC
About Shiyu, I implemented a full-stack website (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTikh5ZMjfM). I programmed JUnit test functions for testing endpoints and Python unit test cases for testing a data frame library during research.
About Qian, she implemented both mobile and web applications during her research (https://medium.com/@felicityzhao224/calit2-research-with-food-smart-1-3b4a64b1360b) and has contributed to another web education-related opensource before. We are looking forward to your reply. Thank you!
Himanshi1999, Sunday, March 22, 10:30 UTC
This is Himanshi on behalf of team Seekers.
We are interested as well as excited to work on this project . Looking forward to get the further guidelines .
Pragati Verma, Saturday, March 21, 08:03 UTC
We are the Team-CodeInfinity and we are also interested in working on this project. We satisfy all the project requirements and have some experience with the task and features required by the community portal. Moreover, we can help you with the design(UI/UX) and schema of the web app as well. Thanks.
tea-n-biccies RGSoC, Friday, March 20, 13:40 UTC
Dear RGSoC applicants - we have added a new FAQ page to the website. Please check this out before asking mentors your questions, as we may already have an answer for you :)
Further details of how to apply to RGSoC (by 23:00 UTC on 30 March 2020) can be found at https://railsgirlssummerofcode.org/students
Ashita boyina, Friday, March 13, 15:15 UTC
hi, I m interested to work in this project, can u please guide me through it
tea-n-biccies RGSoC, Friday, March 13, 08:56 UTC
Hi everyone - please check out information on how to apply to RGSoC at https://railsgirlssummerofcode.org/students
The official RGSoC period starts in July. Making contributions isn't necessary until you are accepted to the program unless the project mentor recommends otherwise :)
Michal Moryosef, Thursday, March 12, 19:22 UTC
My name is Michal, a Computer Science enthusiastic and would love to be considered to join your Open Source project.
I am autodidact and love exploring and getting creative on a project like this one.
Please help me to get started on contributing!
Aakanksha Jain, Wednesday, March 11, 06:45 UTC
Out team is 'Dee Dee & Dexter', we're also interested to apply for this project. I have the similar question, if we can get a community channel link or email to discuss idea, that would be great
tea-n-biccies RGSoC, Monday, March 9, 11:12 UTC
Hi everyone - the RGSoC team here :)
Just a reminder for all applicants that student applications are open until 23:00 UTC on 30 March 2020.
For information on how to apply as a student so you can work on this project with RGSoC, please read the guidance at https://railsgirlssummerofcode.org/students
SAKSHI VIJ, Sunday, March 8, 12:55 UTC
I could not see any community channel that we could join to discuss our ideas that we might have for the project. How do you recommend we go forward with that?
Kevin Ollivier, Friday, March 6, 00:20 UTC
First, thanks to everyone for all your interest in our project!
The RGSoC project will be a new web application for our user community, not an update to an existing one, so there are no open issues or bugs to fix as of yet. We will create a new GitHub repository for the project as we get closer to the start date.
In the meantime, if you want to learn more about our org, software, and community, I would recommend you start by getting familiar with Kolibri (https://github.com/learningequality/kolibri), and perhaps also Studio (https://github.com/learningequality/studio), our content curation app. The technology stack for those projects is pretty much the same as what we will be using for the RGSoC project, so it may give you a feel for the type of web applications we build.
Thanks again for your interest, and feel free to post more questions if you have them!
chhavi18387, Wednesday, March 4, 17:42 UTC
Hi, I am Chhavi and my teammate Himanshi, Computer Science and Engineering aspirants from IIIT Delhi,India. We are really interested in working on the project but I have a few concerns, I was trying to understand the project by looking at some issues, since no issues are present, please let me know how should I proceed further?
Additionally, if you feel any other documentation is required and would make me understand the project better then please let us know about the same
Kritika Singhal, Sunday, March 1, 15:39 UTC
We are team BoredBipolers and looking foward to participate in RGSoC.
I am Kritika Singhal and my teammate is Megha Pathak.
We really liked your project. Though all the details mentioned give clear understanding of the project but can you guide us about - at initial phase what tasks we are supposed to do. And how and where we can get started?
tea-n-biccies RGSoC, Wednesday, February 19, 10:12 UTC
Hi Megha, hi Sneha - the guidance at https://railsgirlssummerofcode.org/students explains how to apply as a student so you can work on this project with RGSoC :)
Sneha Mishra, Monday, February 17, 06:57 UTC
Hey there, would love to contribute to this project!
Megha Varshney, Sunday, February 16, 12:47 UTC
I would like to contribute to this project. Please help me get started.