The journey...

With the end of GSoC coding period only a couple of days away, lets have a look at what I’ve been able to accomplish so far. My project, as I initially told, was divided into three main parts.

Let’s have a look at some numbers. I’ve opened a total of 112 PRs and have got 128 commits merged as of today. Lines of code is an interesting story - I’ve managed to delete more lines than I’ve added! Less code == Less maintenance effort.

In the end, GSoC has been a great experience. I’ve picked up a couple of things about programming and testing while working with the community and this has certainly helped me grow as a developer. My project wouldn’t have been possible without all the valuable help I got along the way. A huge, huge thanks to my mentors and the whole community for all the help, ideas and discussions along the way.

So what’s next? First of all, I’ll complete my work on the coordinates module. Once that’s done, I plan to take on Part 3 of my proposal - Refactoring format specific reader/writer classes to make them follow the same base API. Though I won’t be able to dedicate as much time as I’ve been doing during the GSoC coding period, I’ll try to keep working on this regularly.

Finally here’s a list of all the PRs that I worked on during the summer -

That’s it for now, see ya later!