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Community Bonding Wk5 (19th – 26th May) May 24, 2008

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1) Created and updated my first serious blog … major work …

2) Received the book “Beautiful Code” from Google.

3) First time I successfully logged into http://socwiki.natulte.net – Had been trying since past two weeks.

4) Downloaded 2 google videos related with mysql

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Community Bonding Week 4 (12th -19th May) May 24, 2008

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1) Downloaded Bitclient2.0.shar and learnt about it’s importance for mysql developers.

2) Installation of cygwin and checking the functionality offered by it on Windows. Too good…. Amazing software …

3) Made a clone of the mysql 5.1 source code onto my local system through bitclient running on cygwin. Now that was really cool 🙂 🙂

Community Bonding Week 3 (5th – 12th May) May 24, 2008

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1) Read various documents on mysql, mysql’s storage engines and mysql slap.

2) Also got to know a lot about mysql’s history from the mysql reference manual.

3) Got a mail from Colin regarding Filippo bollini’s weekly updates

4) Submission of CPT forms

5) Tried out mIrc and Xchat— I liked Xchat better and am currently using it.

Community Bonding Wk2 (28th Apr – 5th May) May 21, 2008

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  1. Went through the CPT and other documents to be sent to Google.
  2. Got acquainted with the idea of what IRC is all about.
  3. Went through a few documents regarding the development of mysql.
  4. Downloaded mysql 5.0 for installation and checking end-user functionality

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Community Bonding Wk1 (21st – 28th Apr) May 21, 2008

Posted by taufiqaalam in Community Bonding, GSoc 2008.
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Completed

  1. Introduced myself in GSoc2008 profiles page.
  2. Made Initial contact with my mentor, Brian Aker.
  3. joined myself to soc@lists.com.
  4. Replied to Colin Charles’ message that i had perfomed the necessary tasks that he had requested.

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