I hope my mail hasn't missed your attention. I would like to know what you
meant by Social Integration. Also, I have gone through the repo of
AeroGear. I have read on the ideas page that I should be working on an
existing mobile app. But I haven't found any Phonegap app present in the
repo. I was wondering if you could provide me with a link to the same. I
would be very much obliged if you could reply at the earliest since I have
to prepare a proposal.
On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 1:24 AM, Bhargav G <bhargavg3092(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks for your help. I have subscribed to Aerogear Dev Mailing List. I
will definitely go through the repo you shared and will develop my proposal
with its help.
And by socialnetwork integration, I was talking about the description
about this project presented here:
It is said that the app should be added with social network integration
feature. I couldn't understand what exactly is required. Is it just that a
user should be able to login with Facebook/Twitter account?
On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 8:27 PM, Matthias Wessendorf <matzew(a)redhat.com>wrote:
> Hi Bhargav
> thanks for the interest in JBoss and AeroGear. I am part of the AeroGear
> team and replying on behalf of Jay Balunas
> >I got a few questions.
> >Could I get a link to existing app's repo so that I can get an idea
> about the level of implementation?
> The AeroGear repo is here: github.com/aerogear
- more information on
> >Currently there are phonegap plugins for geolocation, camera and photo
> management and contacts handling. But I don't understand what you mean by
> Social Integration. Is it like
> >logging into Facebook/Twitter to post into them? I think I would get a
> better idea about it if I get to look at existing app.
> Not sure I fully understand that question. Can you point me to the
> specific section ?
> >I would be very much obliged if I am provided with answers to these
> questions and whatever questions that may arise in future as they will help
> me in writing a good proposal and in turn get chosen to jBoss.
> Thanks again for the interest! Can I recommend to join our Open Source
> mailing list ?
> We can (and should) discuss details there. Part of GSoC is not only to
> build things, it's also there to "learn" Open source, and interacting
> OS communities.
> Matthias Wessendorf
> JBoss, by Red Hat