Hello, my name is Christos Kotsi, and i study Materials Science and
Technology, at University of Crete in Greece.
I am sending you about the ".NET Core wrapper library for systemd" idea.
Because this projects is of the projects i am interested in, i am trying
to understand as much as i can before i attempt to proceed on with the
Right now, projects deliverable seems a bit abstract.
I look forward hearing from you.
I've been preparing my draft proposal for GSoC 2017 for the idea ".NET Core
Wrapper for systemd". I have few questions regarding the testing the
1. I'm planning to include setting of CI as one of my implementation tasks.
However, Travis and Circle CI, offer either Ubuntu 12.04 and 14.04 images,
each of which run upstart instead of systemd. How do we test the connection
with systemd then ? Is there any alternative where systemd can be made
2. One of the goals for the systemd wrapper project is the ability to
reboot, shutdown and schedule shutdowns and reboots. How do we test such a
facility in a CI environment (assuming systemd is made available) ?
3. The systemd library will also contain code to lock and unlock sessions,
however such things are only relevant on graphical setups. How do we test
them it in an headless environment ?
I am too desperate to do an internship pertaining to the following idea:
ASP.NET Core web application for /r/Fedora subreddit
I am good at coding in C as well as C++ and would like to know if any other skill is required for the project so that it would me to develop it.Hence, I ask for the detailed information for it as it would help me to know it completely and help me to prepare the application for it which will show the weekly goals of mine to achieve the final aim.
I'm Govinda Malavipathirana, 3rd year undergraduate student form Faculty of
information technology, University of Moratuwa in Sri Lanka. I would love
to contribute to the ASP.NET Core web application for /r/Fedora
subredditi". I'm a linux lover and I have some experience with .net core
and mono-develop ide in linux.
This is my first time experience with the summer of code. So could you give
a good explanation about the problem and instructions about what should I