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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GSoC 2016 - Improve and Integrate PyBOMBS & CGRAN

From: Ravi Sharan
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GSoC 2016 - Improve and Integrate PyBOMBS & CGRAN
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2016 21:48:17 +0530


Here's a link to the draft of my proposal for GSoC. I would be glad to receive any comments on the deliverables mentioned in the proposal. Any other suggestions to improve the proposal are also welcome. Thanks in advance. 

Link to proposal - https://goo.gl/UQwXb2

Ravi Sharan 

On Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 4:10 PM, Ravi Sharan <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am Ravi Sharan, currently pursuing MTech from IIT Hyderabad. I am looking
> forward to participate in GSoC 2016 by improving and integrating CGRAN and
> the newer PyBOMBS. I have earlier worked on redesigning the current version
> of CGRAN with the help of Nathan West. Here's a brief description of things
> I would like to contribute to the GNU Radio project:
> - Qt based GUI app store -
> Develop a simple, usable Qt based GUI app store to install GNU Radio and OOT
> modules. This sub-idea covers fixing the existing bugs in new PyBOMBS as
> well.
> - Integrate PyBOMBS & CGRAN - Enable installing OOT modules from CGRAN site
> This is an idea which Martin Braun put forward during the initial
> discussions while developing the CGRAN 2.0. The idea is similar to Ubuntu's
> AptURL, where you can install the packages from a web browser. Clicking the
> 'apt' (#pun) URL, the browser redirects to the package manager to install
> the package.
> - Enhance CGRAN  - (from current level to level awesome?)
> I intend to implement this sub-idea in two-fold -
> * Add features like clickable tags and grouping the OOT Modules (to name a
> few) etc., according to their functionality for better usability of the
> site. [Code Contributions]
> * Since the relaunch of CGRAN in April 2015, very few OOT Modules have
> surfaced on the site. I would like to add more documentation to the
> individual modules (like what works and what doesn't, compatibility with the
> current GNU Radio API, etc.,), thus populating CGRAN with modules listed out
> on the site. This idea is more of documentation, but is a little time
> consuming.
> I will document the above mentioned ideas in the form of proposal based on
> the feedback I receive and would like to work with Martin Braun and Nathan
> West during the GSoC period. Apart from the ideas listed above, I am open
> for suggestions on what could make a good proposal and better summer of
> coding.
> Thanks,
> Ravi Sharan B A G

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