We are glad to announce our selected LFX Summer 2022 mentees: @gifted-lock-18259 and @tall-secretary-46573🚀@gifted-lock-18259 is a Junior-year student pursuing Electronics and Communication Engineering from the Institute of Engineering & Technology DAVV, India. He has been a Google Summer of Code student developer with Processing foundation and is currently a participant in Summer of Bitcoin and has a keen interest in the fields of DevOps, Open Source, and Development.@tall-secretary-46573 is a Final-year student pursuing Information Technology from the L.D. College of Engineering, India. She is a current Google Summer of Code student developer with SCoRe Lab and has previously been a Software Engineer Intern at Digital Product School by UnternehmerTUM and Summachar.@gifted-lock-18259 and @tall-secretary-46573 will be working on making FLINT-UI and FLINT.Cloud production-ready, and collaborate with the UI working group and GSoC participants (@many-spoon-48957 and @bitter-egg-22620) to build the GCBM simulation editor and UI library for moja global.We are glad to have both of the contributors onboard! Welcome 🎉
Thank you so much community members and mentors for always helping me and having a faith in me even when I was a beginner here. Looking forward to learn a lot from mentors and community this summer🙇♀️💖
Being a part of a growing community is always a great feeling. You not only learn new things but also make great connections with pear fellows. Thank You for recognising my work and giving me a chance to work on this amazing project. I would bring the best I have to this platform 💖
Our case study on “An introduction to FLINT modules” is available on our community website now: https://community.moja.global/case-studies/introduction-to-flint-modulesIt will serve as an introduction to new contributors, FLINT enthusiasts, and module developers to understand what FLINT modules are and how they work. The case study broadly covers:• What are FLINT modules?
• How do FLINT modules work?
• Existing FLINT modules
• Science behind modules
Thanks, @white-hair-2214 for all the hard work in formulating the initial content for the case study, @red-truck-36891 for the constant guidance and input towards building the case study, and @careful-lizard-83404 & @creamy-dog-81058 for all the reviews!(We are still looking for the content to be refined and to be better understood by the end-users. Please propose new ideas using GitHub Issues and send PRs to rectify the overall content and the understanding).