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I was really glad to be accepted for Google Summer of Code. My (accepted) proposal was on DWTT (Distribution Wide Tracker Tool) and CRMI (Collaborative Repository of Meta-Informations about source packages) mentored by Raphaël Hertzog.
I have worked a bit on DWTT today and have written a webpage on the Debian wiki about the project. I'm currently pondering which is the best python framework to use :
Having recently used ZODB (this means Zope Object DataBase) in a project, I think it's a great object database because it's very tightly integrated with Python, which makes it easy to use for programmers. ZODB is python-specific though, whereas SQLObject backends (for MySQL and Postgres) makes it language-independent.
In the next weeks i will work on DWTT design. Until june 16, I have a lot of school work, which is why I won't have enough free time to work on the project, hence a slowdown in the project.
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