Re: GNOME internships wrap-up

Hi Marina,

I added [1] and contacted Carol Smith about this so everyone can
profit this year.




2014-08-27 22:03 GMT+02:00 Marina Zhurakhinskaya <marinaz redhat com>:
Hi Lasse,

That's really nifty! Please put the information about your script on and add a link to that page from the "Resources 
relevant to the current round" section on .

You might also like to share this script on!forum/google-summer-of-code-students-list and!forum/google-summer-of-code-discuss since it seems to be useful to anyone 
working on a project that uses Git.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Lasse Schuirmann" <lasse schuirmann gmail com>
To: "Marina Zhurakhinskaya" <marinaz redhat com>
Cc: "gnome-soc-list" <gnome-soc-list gnome org>, gnome-opw-interns-may-2014 gnome org, "women-outreach" 
<women-outreach gnome org>, "soc-mentors-list" <soc-mentors-list gnome org>, "soc-admins" <soc-admins gnome 
Sent: Saturday, August 23, 2014 1:01:15 PM
Subject: Re: GNOME internships wrap-up

Hello everyone,

first: I dont know if this affects GSOC students only or also OPW
students. If it doesnt affect you it might be interesting to create a
resume of your gnome patches ;).

In order to upload your code samples for google (or some OPW
equivalent) you have to extract your patches from the repository.
Since this is a time consuming things, and we programmers hate that,
dont we?, I wrote a script for this. You can download it here:

This script will:
- search the repository in the current directory for all commits from
the given author
- detect consequent commit ranges from this author
- ask you for every range of commits in which subdirectory you want
this range to be stored
- store patches for this range there

As everything, this script is fully GPL. I'm not that a bash guru so
there's some things which could have some improvements. (Having a
verbose/nonverbose mode, splitting patch series, activate/deactivate
continous numbering without uncommenting code, ...) If you find a bug,
file it in the github bugtracker of the repository. So if you fiddle
with it to make it suit your needs, feel free to send me a pull
request or a patch (mail or so) so everyone has something from it.

Organizers: maybe we should publish this thing on a wiki page since
almost every GSoC student probably wants to extract his patches from
the repository he worked on.
Participants: If you use this script I'd be happy to recieve a note
for personal usage statistics.

Thanks to all the organizers and mentors to make this GSoC happen. It
was really great to be part of this!


Lasse Schuirmann

2014-08-20 17:42 GMT+02:00 Marina Zhurakhinskaya <marinaz redhat com>:
Dear GNOME GSoC and OPW 2014 interns,

Thank you for all your contributions to GNOME this summer!

If you have not done so already, please be sure to do the following this week:
1) Update your page at or , including links to your merged 
or work-in-progress contributions
2) Write a wrap-up blog post
3) (GSoC only) Fill out the final evaluation from Google

If your code or other contributions have not been merged yet, please do your best to follow through the 
review process to merge what you worked on this summer as soon as possible.

We would love to see you continue contributing to GNOME. Please feel free to continue asking your mentor 
and other members of the GNOME community for guidance and advice in your participation in GNOME.

Your blogs will continue being aggregated on Planet GNOME for another half a year. After that, you would 
need to be the GNOME Foundation member to keep your blog on Planet GNOME. If you contributed to GNOME 
before the GSoC application process and are not yet a member, you should consider applying for the 
membership soon. If you only started contributing to GNOME after February 2014, we ask that you continue 
contributing for another half a year before applying.

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