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== Brief History ==
 
== Brief History ==
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One fine day, [https://twitter.com/mairin Máirín](Mo) wrote this blog post[2] about her idea of a collaboration space for open source designers. Soon enough, at a GNOME UX hackfest in London, a bunch of designers got together to discuss what would later become ''Design Hub''. [http://twitter.com/Emichan Emily] and Mo came up with an early hacky concept and presented it at the Libre Graphics Meeting[3] 2012 at Vienna[4].
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Sarup joined in 2013, Design Hub grew to GlitterGallery and went from idea to prototype. Sarup presented GlitterGallery's future again at the 2014 edition on the Libre Graphics Meeting held in Leipzig[4]. The proposal is to make GlitterGallery's first beta available for Fedora's design team to test by mid-July 2014.  
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== Google Summer of Code 2014 ==
 
== Google Summer of Code 2014 ==

Revision as of 18:30, 24 May 2014

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About this WikiPage

This page manages Fedora-specific information about the GlitterGallery project, an ongoing effort by the Fedora design team to ease collaboration among FLOSS designers. For general information about the project itself, may we please suggest you look at the extensive documentation on the project wiki[1].

[1] - https://github.com/glittergallery/GlitterGallery/wiki

People Involved

  • Emily Dirsh (emily AT glittergallery DOT net)
  • Mo Duffy (duffy AT fedoraproject DOT org)
  • Rohit Paul Kuruvilla ()
  • Sarup Banskota (sarup AT glittergallery DOT net)

Brief History

One fine day, Máirín(Mo) wrote this blog post[2] about her idea of a collaboration space for open source designers. Soon enough, at a GNOME UX hackfest in London, a bunch of designers got together to discuss what would later become Design Hub. Emily and Mo came up with an early hacky concept and presented it at the Libre Graphics Meeting[3] 2012 at Vienna[4].

Sarup joined in 2013, Design Hub grew to GlitterGallery and went from idea to prototype. Sarup presented GlitterGallery's future again at the 2014 edition on the Libre Graphics Meeting held in Leipzig[4]. The proposal is to make GlitterGallery's first beta available for Fedora's design team to test by mid-July 2014.

[2] - https://mairin.wordpress.com/2010/02/13/random-idea-for-design-collaboration-tool/ [3] - lgm wiki [4] - lgm vienna [5]- lgm vienna

Google Summer of Code 2014

Under the Fedora project, we have two students working on GlitterGallery as part of the GSoC program for 2014.

Rohit Paul Kuruvilla

Brief description about Rohit in 3rd person.

Module Status Blog Post Relevant Links Remarks by Mentor
Authentication Ongoing xyz.github.io Link to PR OK
Prettify Yet to start pending pending -

Sarup Banskota

20 year old Indian student; co-author and maintainer of the GlitterGallery project. Presently involved with GlitterGallery's overall product design.

Module Status Blog Post Relevant Links Remarks by Mentor
Authentication Ongoing xyz.github.io Link to PR OK
Prettify Yet to start pending pending -

Google Summer of Code 2013

Most of the initial work on GlitterGallery happened through the GSoC program for 2013.

Module Status Blog Post Relevant Links Remarks by Mentor
Authentication Ongoing xyz.github.io Link to PR OK
Prettify Yet to start pending pending -

Talks & Coverage

Over time, GlitterGallery has been discussed at various events where other Fedora folk have been present.

Contributor Event Type of Coverage Location Relevant Links
Sarup LGM Talk Leipzig gimp servers

Fedora Design Team Installation

Meetings

Communication

Like/hate anything in particular? Just ping one of us and we'll follow up!

  • Sarup: sarup@glittergallery.net
  • Emily: emily@glittergallery.net
  • Rohit:

Further links

[1] - Wiki: https://github.com/glittergallery/GlitterGallery/wiki [2]-