Welcome to Nour’s Blog
Documenting a Journey
Hello, I am Nour E-Din, an undergrad student studying Computer Engineering at Ain Shames university in Cairo/Egypt. I’ll be working on Gnome/Evolution project during GSoC 2020. This will be a new experience for me as contributing to open source world, hope to learn a lot throughout the journey.
This blog will contain a series of posts explaining my progress throughout the summer during the developing.
What will I be working on?
I’ll be Implementing an EDS module to sync with EteSync, a secure, end-to-end encrypted and FLOSS sync solution that will enable GNOME/Evolution users to easily end-to-end encrypt and sync their contacts, calendars and tasks.
Evolution is a personal information management application that provides integrated mail, calendaring and address book functionality.
Latest from the Blog
Welcome everyone, in the past weeks, EteSync made some major announcements one of them is releasing EteSync-2.0 which brings new features and made major improvements over EteSync-1.0,… Read more “Evolution added support for EteSync-2.0”
It has been 4 months since my acceptance in the GSoC program, it is really true, time flies when you’re having fun. Google Summer of Code was… Read more “Where to next!, GSoC 2020 final Report”
Welcome, in the past months I’ve been working on an EteSync module for Evolution so EteSync users can add their account to Evolution and mange all their… Read more “How Does it work, A Full guide for EteSync module in Gnome Evolution app”