From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-13 16:37:11
Mariano Consoni wrote:
>> He'd need to apply to Boost.
> Thanks to the community for the interest in my proposal. Now I think it
> would be interesting for me to know what the community thinks about
> different ways of approaching my proposal. Surely Jeremy has a lot of
> information for that, and it would be good to review that with the
I'd suggest you carefully study the details of the state of the extension
library and make a detailed proposal. You could discuss this on the list,
privately with Jeremy, or however you'd like to handle it.
> I like the idea of helping to complete and improve Jeremy's work.. Is
> possible that Jeremy become a mentor? I think that a co-mentoring with
> someone from Boost could be very productive.
I'm afraid Jeremy cannot be a Boost mentor as we require the mentors to be a
Boost library author. That said, there would be nothing that stops Jeremy from
helping a student with technical issues, which he sounds willing to do -- he
just wouldn't be doing the evaluation of success or failure of the project.
In any case, I'm sure one of the Boost mentors would be able to help with this
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