I was working on issue #1 lib389 cn=config comparison, I have done some work in that direction. I have added a compare function on DSLdapObject and have written a test for comparing user object. Currently this test is not complete, I am just printing the attributes values to verify the working of comparison function.
But comparison function is working, so let me know your feedback and how we can proceed further with this?
Link to commit: https://pagure.io/fork/ankity10/lib389/c/44b02ba4ddb54be12041052b5b75f17b...
GSOC applications have closed now: I really want to say thank you to
everyone who joined our lists, talked with us, and applied. I have been
really impressed by the high quality of students from around the world
that have shown an interest in this project.
Please be patient with myself and the Fedora Project in the coming
weeks: Our next announcement about the project will on or after April
Thank you again,
Red Hat, Australia/Brisbane
Hello William and 389-devel,
I'm Thomas Ingram, a second year CS student hoping to get into GSoC
this year, and really hoping to work with Fedora! I'm a longtime Fedora
and GNU/Linux user and have always wanted to contribute.
I am interested in working on 389's python administration framework for
this year's GSoC! I a lot of experience working with GNU/Linux and
administering machines. I have some experience programming in Python
and thanks to my Java background I know how to make use of Classes,
Inheritance, and Modules. I also have a good amount of C experience and
writing C for GNU/Linux (or POSIX) systems if that helps as well. I'm
very excited about the prospect of working with Fedora and free
software and would be happy to take extra time to learn in the area's I
I've attached my rough draft proposal, any feedback would be greatly
Computer Science Major
Michigan Technological University