Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC 2010 - Boost.Phoenix
From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-03-21 03:51:11
On 3/21/2010 3:56 PM, Thomas Heller wrote:
>>>> - What exactly to you want to have in the proposal? function/class
>>>> general description of phoenix?
>>> Good question. Let's see what Joel or Harmut have to say on the matter.
>> To be honest, I am not entilrely sure I understand the question.
>> Perhaps I lost the context here. Could you elaborate? Do you mean
>> to ask about the scope of the proposal?
> Let me try to rephrase one part of my question.
> What do you expect from me as a GSoC Student?
> I think I read through all the previous discussions, articles and
> documentation about phoenix and proto.
> Let me try to sum everything up:
> - Some basic building blocks (actors, statements?, functions?, ...)
> - Easy extendable without exposing to much proto specific stuff
> I hope i got that right, more or less.
That is correct.
I think this one will be unique in that we don't expect you to implement
everything and I doubt if that is even possible given the time frame.
We, Joel and I (Man, that will be confusing having tow Joels), intend
to have close collaboration with the student. We expect you to be working
closely with us in implementing the above.
> Right now i am waiting to take a look at Joel's (Falcou) prototypes to get
> some more insights on what you already have done.
> The other part of my question was more like: What should be actually put into
> the formal proposal. Just an overall description? Something like pseudo/C++
> interfaces and/or first implementation ideas?
I think an overall description would suffice at this point.
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