I'm a student from India interested in participating in Google Summer of
Code-2014 with openSUSE. I am interested in working on on the
"Integrate Windows NTFS shadow volume browsing into openSUSE GUI
tools"  idea. I've downloaded and used libvshadow through the
I got in touch with Greg Freemyer and packaged libewf through osc, as
suggested by him to get a hang of how openSUSE development process
Can the idea of integrating Snapper Snapshot browsing into openSUSE
Desktop  be integrated with the same idea? There could be a
snapshot handling framework built into the desktop tool that could
take care of both Snapper snapshots and Shadow Volumes.
What else can I look into to get more acquainted with the community /
I have programmed with C, Perl, Python, Processing and Shell Scripts.
I built a game for the Intel Perceptual Computing Challenge-2013 
and have experience with development for the Beagleboard and
Pandaboard. I have also been able to write simple character device
drivers for Linux,
using Greg K-H's Linux Device Drivers as a guide. I have been an open
source user for a long time, and have a commit integrated into GNOME's
Anjuta IDE 
I recently worked on testing the effectiveness of random number generators
on a virtual machine with qemu.
I also have a fair know-how of git.
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