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GSoC week 2 roundup


#1

This week was another impressive week (for the most part). There has been lots of activity and code/HDL writing.

For each package and repository being developed each student should setup their repos with the various Python integration tools, specifically: travis-ci, landscape.io (linting), and coveralls (code test coverage), and readthedocs. Each of these badges should be added to your repository.

I will update the best practices with some additional information. The goals will be to have user documentation, health > 90%, and converge on 100% coverage.

Student week1 summary:

   @mkatsimpris,      last blog update 04-Jun, commits >5, PRs Y
   @Vikram9866,       last blog update 03-Jun, commits >5, PRs Y
   @meetsha1995,      last blog update 03-Jun, commits >5, PRs N
   @srivatsan-ramesh, last blog update 03-Jun, commits >5, PRs Y
   @ravijain056,      last blog update 02-Jun, commits >5, PRs N
   @formulator,       last blog update 23-Mar, commits 0, PRs N

Student and mentors tags:
@mkatsimpris, @meetshah1995, @Ravi_Jain, @sriramesh4, @vikram,
@jck, @josyb, @hgomersall, @martin, @guy.eschemann, @eldon.nelson,
@nikolaos.kavvadias, @tdillon

Links to the student blogs and repositories:

Merkourious, @mkatsimpris: gsoc blog, github repo
Vikram, @Vikram9866: gsoc blog, github repo
Meet, @meetshah1995, gsoc blog: github repo
Srivatsan, @srivatsan-ramesh: gsoc blog, github repo
Ravi @ravijain056: gsoc blog, github repo
Pranjal, @forumulator: gsoc blog, github repo