I worked on sTeam under FOSSASIA for my Google Summer of Code. Now on passing successfully I will be mentoring in Google Code In and help the younger minds in getting into open source development. I have put up three tasks for GCI. The tasks are an extension on my GSoC project.
The first task involves testing and writing test cases. These are not on any normal testing framework, the framework is developed on pike and specially for the project. Student will have to test the calls to COAL functions. COAL is an in house developed protocol. The task will take around a week to complete. Writing test cases is not a big task but understanding the framework, the protocol and identifying the cases is difficult. The testing framework and test cases already written can be found here.
Second task involves improving the testing framework. The testing framework has been recently developed and still requires some polishing. This task involves identifying and fixing errors in the framework and also extending the framework to add new features. New features can include a better summary of the test cases executed and more details on the errors the occurred if any.
Third task involves extending the group command on the steam command line interface, aka, steam-shell. The group command was recently added to the shell and provides only limited functions. Student will be required to understand the use and functionalities of groups from the web interface and code these functionalities for the command line interface. This task will not require more than five days as the interface is easy to understand.
The web interface can be found at http://steam.realss.com/ , students will have to create an account and login to use the interface.
The code for steam-shell can be found at
Students might face troubles in installing the steam command line interface and tools, therefore we are working on solution to solve this issue. We might provide a debian package that installs the software and then the source code for the tools that need to be worked upon can be downloaded from github and executed.
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