Oregon State University Open Source Lab's Google Code-in Contest Results Are Announced

The Oregon State University Open Source Lab (OSL) participated for the first time in the Google Code-in contest, and we're pleased to report that the results of the contest were incredibly valuable for us."We had a total of 42 tasks completed, all improvements to Ganeti Web Manager, a homegrown project of the OSL. For those […]

The Oregon State University Open Source Lab (OSL) participated for the first time in the Google Code-in contest, and we're pleased to report that the results of the contest were incredibly valuable for us.

"We had a total of 42 tasks completed, all improvements to Ganeti Web Manager, a homegrown project of the OSL. For those who aren't familiar with the project, it's a Django based web application that helps admins better manage their Ganeti-based clusters. Our students completed a total of 42 tasks: 23 coding tasks, 18 user interface tasks, and one outreach task (logo design). We were especially excited that our students found several unknown bugs in our code base and proceeded to send us fixes for them. You can take a look at all of the tasks proposed by the Lab and all those completed by our students on the contest website," stated Google.

As a result of participating in Google Code-in, several major features were implemented in Ganeti Web Manager, including:

HTML5 VNC SupportCreating a Status Dashboard for Administrators and UsersCreating an Object Change Log

More Info: Google Code-in Wrap up

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