Subject: Re: [boost] [SoC] Summer of Code Project Ideas
From: Andrew Sutton (andrew.n.sutton_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-03-08 16:16:17
> > If the work includes the extension of the library (e.g., new algorithms
> > the BGL), then there's inherent value for that library. You would
> > have to find some kind of "sweet spot" in the proposal. How much are you
> > contributing back to the library or Boost in general, vs. just using the
> > libraries.
I know :) I was actually referring to the code your Jan/Feb submission. If
you submit a proposal, you might consider focusing more on the BGL side of
proposal. Consider extending your work or adding a couple more algorithms.
It would be a lot easier to accept. Your thesis project could be described
as a "testing ground" for that work, although it probably has great value as
an example also.
Hopefully, you don't take from what I just wrote that I think that BGL are
more important than your thesis. I'm just referring to how you might write
the proposal to make it more competitive.
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