I am glad to say that I have managed to implement the feature as proposed by me in Season of KDE. I am yet to update my code in the main Kanagram repository.
The code can be viewed at: https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/122041/
The git can be cloned from: git://anongit.kde.org/clones/kanagram/souvikdas/kanagram.git
It was great being a part of SoK. I look forward continuing to contribute to the open source community.
Special thanks to my mentor Jeremy Whiting, who helped me throughout the season and helped me with all my doubts.
Well, It’s almost been a month working on the application, and its been an amazing experience.
There has been changes made to the UI, like adding icons and texts so as to aide the user to interchange between the modes.
Also, the coding for it is done, but it needs to be worked on, as it is not working as supposed to. Mentor Jeremy Whiting, has been very helpful, and it feels great to work with him on this project.
What remains to be done is to keep track of the scores, when in the new mode.
I have my own clone of the main repository where I push my changes which is at: http://quickgit.kde.org/?p=clones/kanagram/souvikdas/kanagram.git
Next update soon. Till then.
Its been a week since my exams got over and I am working on the project Kanagram for Season of KDE 2014. It feels nice to explore the open-source programming, as I get to learn many of the new things like qt5 and qml on the go. The mentors are very helpful, and work progress is what I would call quite good. Hoping to have a wonferful time ahead.
Had installed kanagram before (not from source) and found it interesting. got the idea of making it a 2-player game.
No remarkable progress so far. Was busy with academics and semester exams, and hence got very less time after my project had got accepted. Now that its over, I am ready to fully devote my time on making my proposal successful.
Next update coming soon