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= Student Application =
 * '''Name''' :Poornima.K.S
 * '''Contact/Email''': k.pooja.222@gmail.com
 * '''Background''': I am 21 years old,female, pursuing my B.Tech (I.T) at SSN College of Engineering- Anna University, Chennai(India). I have got 5 years of experience on c/c++. Besides c/c++, good knowledge of java, JS,CSS and HTML. Currently learning php. Involved in competitive algorithms programming. Love to work with Open source projects . I have taken Cryptography course in my previous semester and would like to implement all those i'd learnt theoretically!
 * '''Project title''':One-time-password (token) based authentication and transactions (applying through OPW and GSoC)
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= Student Application Template =

''To fill this in, copy the source text. Please '''don't''' rename the template.''

This is a suggestion for the kind of information we'll find useful from students in their submissions. Remember -- you're going to be committing to several months' work. The more information and planning you can provide up-front, the more we (and Google!) will have to go on when we're ranking your application. Do not forget adding your submission at [[SummerOfCode2013/StudentApplications]]

 * '''Name'''
 * '''Contact/Email''': where can we contact you? (IRC/IM details too, if available. We will also privately request your phone contact at some point.)
 * '''Background''': something about yourself: technical skills, experience, etc. Who are you? What makes you the best person to work on this project?
 * '''Project title'''
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 * '''Synopsis''': a short description.Debian now has various packages such as wheezy/oathtool and wheezy/dynalogin-server to support token authentication for various use cases. The basic use cases are UNIX logins (using wheezy/libpam-oath or experimental/libpam-dynalogin and OpenID (web based) login using wheezy/simpleid-store-dynalogin. The student will look at adding more depth in this area, here are some possible examples: developing support for Challenge-Response authentication ( CROTP ) in oath-toolkit developing an asynchronous AMQP-based interface for wheezy/dynalogin-server enhancing wheezy/simpleid to create user profiles on the fly using some combination of these technologies to enable a more secure experience with digital currency transactions
 * '''Benefits to Debian''':a more secure channel for transactions
 * '''Deliverables''': yet to decide .(will update soon)
 * '''Project schedule''': again yet to decide on a proper timeline after consulting the mentors.
 * '''Exams and other commitments''':I could spend about 4 hours a day upto july end(have my GRE on july 24). Later I could commit myself more to this project
 * '''Other summer plans''':nothing so.
 * '''Why Debian?''': A user of debian and 2nd most widely used linux OS.
 * Are you applying for other projects in SoC? For KDE- project artikulate (through OPW alone)
 * '''Synopsis''': a short description.
 * '''Benefits to Debian'''
 * '''Deliverables''': quantifiable results e.g. 'Port Debian to VAX', 'Write 3 articles for X website'.
 * '''Project schedule''': how long will the project take? When can you begin work?
 * '''Exams and other commitments''': do you have university exams inside the SoC period? If so, that's most likely not a problem but please tell us early!
 * '''Other summer plans''': are you getting married? Do you have a long vacation planned? Are you expecting to start a job? '''Be aware''' that if you are accepted for the summer, then Google will be paying you as though you were working for them. We (in Debian) will therefore expect you to be working 35-40 hours per week on your project. It is very unlikely that you will be able to combine a successful SoC with another summer job working for somebody else.
 * '''Why Debian?''': Why are you choosing Debian? What attracts you about Debian?
 * Are you applying for other projects in SoC? Note that letting us know about this '''does not''' impact your chances of acceptance or rejection with us; we ask this because it helps us to resolve deduplications wherein a student is accepted for multiple projects.

Student Application Template

To fill this in, copy the source text. Please don't rename the template.

This is a suggestion for the kind of information we'll find useful from students in their submissions. Remember -- you're going to be committing to several months' work. The more information and planning you can provide up-front, the more we (and Google!) will have to go on when we're ranking your application. Do not forget adding your submission at SummerOfCode2013/StudentApplications

  • Name

  • Contact/Email: where can we contact you? (IRC/IM details too, if available. We will also privately request your phone contact at some point.)

  • Background: something about yourself: technical skills, experience, etc. Who are you? What makes you the best person to work on this project?

  • Project title

  • Project details: a more detailed description.

  • Synopsis: a short description.

  • Benefits to Debian

  • Deliverables: quantifiable results e.g. 'Port Debian to VAX', 'Write 3 articles for X website'.

  • Project schedule: how long will the project take? When can you begin work?

  • Exams and other commitments: do you have university exams inside the SoC period? If so, that's most likely not a problem but please tell us early!

  • Other summer plans: are you getting married? Do you have a long vacation planned? Are you expecting to start a job? Be aware that if you are accepted for the summer, then Google will be paying you as though you were working for them. We (in Debian) will therefore expect you to be working 35-40 hours per week on your project. It is very unlikely that you will be able to combine a successful SoC with another summer job working for somebody else.

  • Why Debian?: Why are you choosing Debian? What attracts you about Debian?

  • Are you applying for other projects in SoC? Note that letting us know about this does not impact your chances of acceptance or rejection with us; we ask this because it helps us to resolve deduplications wherein a student is accepted for multiple projects.