Subject: Re: [boost] Summer of Code 2010
From: Andrew Sutton (andrew.n.sutton_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-03-09 08:20:48
> > Making the documentation process slicker could be a GSoC project?
> > improving the documentation for some existing Boost libraries (s) en
> route might
> > be good too.
> This kind of thing might be better done outside of boost, our tools
> tend to be too focused on our own needs. For example, one of clang's
> open projects is to implement a code documentation tool.
Yes, and now Clang has Python bindings to make that easier. I wonder who
wrote those? ;)
We can't actually accept proposals to work on documentation, since it's
Summer of /Code/. This came up a couple of times on Google's extremely high
traffic, high annoyance mentor mailing list last year.
Actually, writing Doxygen for Clang would be a /great/ project, but I don't
think we could mentor it. Could we? Plus, I don't think Clang is quite
stable enough in the areas where we need it to be stable. It's pretty close,