I hope you are fine and doing great.
Let me first introduce myself:
My name is Nora Saad Al-Dossary. I am a Computer Science B.S. expected graduate from Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University (Dammam University previously), all the way from Saudi Arabia.
To go further:
I recently knew about Google's Summer of Code program. I went through some of the project ideas of Fedora, and the following project caught my eye:
Patternfly Frontend Pattern Development
|Status||Proposed - draft Use this status.|
|Contacts (IRC & email)||#patternfly (freenode) patternfly redhat com|
|Idea description||Explore the emerging web component specifications by implementing patternfly.orgpatterns as web components. Begin with smaller simpler web component implementations to learn the APIs, then follow on with a more complex composite component to fully exercise the APIs and make a robust and feature-rich web components. Engage the PatternFly developer community to learn and contribute to the collective web component effort.|
|Notes & references||https://patternfly-webcomponents.github.io|
I read the description of the project and I read about Patternfly as well. However, I would be very grateful if you could kindly provide me with more information and details about the project, as I am interested in it.
What is the final product going to be? What exactly is the goal of the project? And is Patterfly considered a library for web development?
The project caught my eye because I am interested in web design and development. I have good programming and UI design skills as well.
Here's some relevant background of my technical experience:
- I am a current learner of Linux open-source world. My senior project, which I'm currently working on, is a project based on Linux open-source software. The project is proposed by Saudi Aramco and titled as "Dynamic Provisioning of Resources in High Performance Computing (HPC) Environments". The project involves using the following open-source software: Vagrant, xCAT, and Slurm. So, I have basic experience in Linux open-source software.
To conclude, I would like to thank you for your time and cooperation. I am looking forward to hear from you and hopefully work with you.