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GSoC Proposal

Personal Information

Name: Shadab Zafar

Nickname: Bittoo (pronounced: bit-two)

IRC Nick: dufferZafar

View whats-fresh.md

Who uses the backend

The backend of What's Fresh is designed for employees of the Oregon Sea Grant. They're the ones who enter new vendors, new products, etc.

Vendors

Unfortunately, I've not received too much information on the vendors. From what I understand, they're independent fishermen/sea food vendors that are registered in some way with Oregon Sea Grant. Sea Grant then would enter them into the backend, and be responsible for updating their information if/when it changes.

An original stretch goal of the application was to create a POST API that would allow the mobile app to update the data -- essentially, allow us to create vendor accounts for vendors who could then update their own information. This is Issue #48.

@dufferzafar
dufferzafar / opengl_functions.rst
Last active Dec 18, 2015
OpenGl Functions Manpages. Taken from: http://www.cs.uccs.edu/~ssemwal/glman.html. Use Pandoc to convert to pdf: pandoc -V documentclass=report ~/opengl_functions.rst -o ~/opengl_functions.pdf
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glBegin

Name

glBegin, glEnd - delimit the vertices of a primitive or a group of like
@brandonpittman
brandonpittman / dracula.fish
Created Jun 2, 2016
Dracula colors for fish shell
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set -x COMMENT 6272a4
set -x CYAN 8be9fd
set -x GREEN 50fa7b
set -x ORANGE ffb86c
set -x PINK ff79c6
set -x PURPLE bd93f9
set -x RED ff5555
set -x YELLOW f1fa8c
set -U fish_color_autosuggestion $COMMENT
@kimmobrunfeldt
kimmobrunfeldt / 0-osx-for-web-development.md
Last active Jul 26, 2020
Install web development tools to Mavericks (OS X 10.9)
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Install web development tools to Mavericks (OS X 10.9)

Strongly opinionated set of guides to quickly setup OS X Mavericks for web development. By default OS X hides stuff that normal people don't need to see. These settings are better defaults for developers.

I don't want: any sounds, annoying confirmation dialogs, hidden extensions, superflous animations, unnecessary things running like Dashboard, Notification center or Dock(Alfred/spotlight works better for me).

These are my opinions. Read this document through and pick up the good parts to your preferences.

System preferences

View gsoc-2016-projects.csv
Project Title Student Display Name Organization Name Mentors
Key mapping GUI Tomasito665 Mixxx DJ Software RJ Ryan, Ferran Pujol Camins
YAPDNS system64 The Honeynet Project Pietro Delsante, Fedele Mantuano, Andrea De Pasquale
FFv1 P frame support sdolganov FFmpeg Reynaldo Verdejo, michaelni
coala: Integrating coala with the Eclipse IDE Sheikh Araf Python Software Foundation Harsh Dattani, Lasse Schuirmann (sils1297), AbdealiJKothari
User interfaces for Tracker Dilushi Sustainable Computing Research Group ( SCoRe ) Dinith Minura, Namal Jayasuriya, Rumesh
File Support izgzhen Mozilla Manishearth
KolibriOS. Development of TLS/SSL library DenisKarpenko KolibriOS Jeffrey A., Pathoswithin
IPFS friendly & distributed version of Amber skbly7 Berkman Center for Internet and Society Genève
Cache layer for jpf-nhandler Jayton Java Pathfinder Team franck, Nastaran, Cyrille Artho
@kevinelliott
kevinelliott / osx-10.9-setup.md
Last active Nov 6, 2020 — forked from juev/gist:3124344
Clean Install – Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
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Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Custom recipe to get OS X 10.9 Mavericks running from scratch, setup applications and developer environment. I use this gist to keep track of the important software and steps required to have a functioning system after a semi-annual fresh install.

Install Software

The software selected is software that is "tried and true" --- software I need after any fresh install. I often install other software not listed here, but is handled in a case-by-case basis.

Install from App Store

@mattseymour
mattseymour / django-secret-keygen.py
Last active Dec 17, 2020
Django secret key generator
View django-secret-keygen.py
"""
Pseudo-random django secret key generator.
- Does print SECRET key to terminal which can be seen as unsafe.
"""
import string
import random
from __future__ import print_function
View setup-franz-ubuntu.sh
#!/bin/bash
sudo rm -fr /opt/franz
sudo rm -fr /usr/share/applications/franz.desktop
# create installation dir
sudo mkdir -p /opt/franz
#install franz
@benben
benben / config.ru
Created Jan 27, 2012
basic ajax/sinatra example
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$:.unshift File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__))
require "viz"
run Sinatra::Application