One of the very interesting part of Google Summer of Code is the payments. It’s a large factor that will motivate you to continue your project amidst the very hot and humid Indian summer. Setting up the payment correctly is a really nervous experience, as the questions asked during sign-up are bewildering. I aim to answer some questions that came to my mind while signing up to Payoneeer. If you are new to GSoC, I hope this will be helpful for you.
LibreCores.org lists free and open source “IP Cores” on the website for the community to view and use. Currently the website extracts the project readme and license and renders them on the project page, along with links to the project homepage and git repository.
GraphQL is a query language which allows clients specify what data is required, and exactly the same structure of the data is returned from the server. It provides an excellent alternative to traditional REST API designs. Depeloped internally and subsequently released publicly by Facebook, it is now being increasingly used in many websites such as Github.
It has been a month since I have been working on my Google Summer of Code Project with Free and Open Source Sillicon Foundation. And in this month I have been working to extract and display statistics about code of projects listed in LibreCores.org.
AutoFS is a great and easy way to mount filesystems automatically, on-demand, when available. It works great for both networked and non-networked drives.
If you are on a Linux Workstation and are wondering what process is eating away your bandwith, or need to keep track of your VPSs monthly bandwidth usage, I am going to show you two effective tools for this purpose.