[syslog-ng] Regarding syslog-ng server monitoring mobile application

Pallagi, Zoltán zoltan.pallagi at balabit.com
Tue Mar 10 16:07:42 CET 2015


Sorry for the late answer, but we are quite busy these days and had some
technical problem too. Thank you for your understanding, we will answer you
the proper details as soon as possible (within a 1-2 days).


On Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 9:21 PM, Amar Budhiraja <amar.budhiraja1 at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I am a junior undergraduate student currently pursuing computer science
> and engineering. I was looking at the GSoC ideas for syslog-ng and I found
> the idea of syslog-ng server monitoring with mobile app quite interesting.
> My skill set includes Java, C/C++, Python and Android. I have worked with
> android earlier and I have developed about 5 applications, 2 end-to-end and
> 3 prototypes. I have also been coding in Java for about 3 years now and
> have a pretty good understanding of the same. I do not have any coding
> knowledge regarding SSL control socket but I have worked with socket in C
> for a networks project, so I believe I can pick it up as and when required.
> As for syslog-ng, I installed and worked around it a little bit and I found
> myself to be quite comfortable with it at a user level. I believe building
> a mobile application would be relatively less codebase dependent and more
> couple in a API sort of way.
> I would like to contribute to this project over the summer. Could you
> please guide me where should I start? May be wireframing or a small demo
> app?
> Thank you
> Sincerely,
> Amar Budhiraja
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