GSoC 2017 : Weekly Report #12

Week #12

Key accomplishments last week:

  • Add selenium tests to cover Query-by-example UI on phpMyAdmin
  • Made selenium test-suite more robust

Key tasks stalled:


Tasks in the upcoming week:


I completed one of the tasks left in the proposal that was about adding selenium tests for covering phpMyAdmin’s Query by example UI. Additionally, I continued to try and make phpMyAdmin’s selenium test-suite more robust.

Another GSoC student Raghuram has been working on developing the new UI for Query by example as a part of his project. His PR with those changes just got merged yesterday, but the selenium tests might have to be adjusted to suit this new UI. Apart from this, the selenium test-suite is on the verge of running successfully over a set of continuous commits.

With this week coming to an end, the offical coding period for GSoC ’17 has also ended. I would be discussing with my mentor Michal to decide on what to submit as the final submission. It would mostly be a summary post with relevant links and description on this blog.


About Deven Bansod

I am a recent graduate with a dual degree in B.E.(Hons.) Computer Science Engg. and M.Sc.(Hons.) Economics from BITS Pilani, Pilani (India). I am interested in and have been contributing to development of free and open source software s (FOSS). More recently, I have been contributing to phpMyAdmin, a web interface to MySQL, written in PHP. I'm looking for opportunities to contribute to interesting open-source softwares.

Posted on August 25, 2017, in GSoC 2017, phpMyAdmin, Weekly Reports and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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