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 ====== GSoC 2016 Ideas ====== ====== GSoC 2016 Ideas ======
 ===== Projects ===== ===== Projects =====
-====Project 1==== +====Project 1Module to manage users and  robots====
-===Module to manage users and  robots===+
 **Brief explanation:​** Rapyuta would need to have coarse and fine grained management for each user. The system will use this repository to store and retrieve state, user data, maintain an audit log and dynamically configure resources and interfaces on the backend. The system must be able to talk to this using standard interfaces. **Brief explanation:​** Rapyuta would need to have coarse and fine grained management for each user. The system will use this repository to store and retrieve state, user data, maintain an audit log and dynamically configure resources and interfaces on the backend. The system must be able to talk to this using standard interfaces.
  
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 **Skill Level:** medium **Skill Level:** medium
-====Project 2 ====  +====Project 2Application management meta-data module====
-===Application management meta-data module===+
  
 **Brief explanation:​** An application and version management for RApps (robotic applications) backed by containers that would allow for running scenarios involving multiple robots, clients on a single platform and allow it to take decisions about rollouts, updates and  failovers. **Brief explanation:​** An application and version management for RApps (robotic applications) backed by containers that would allow for running scenarios involving multiple robots, clients on a single platform and allow it to take decisions about rollouts, updates and  failovers.
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