Subject: Re: [boost] How about a call for bug-fix volunteers?
From: Torri, Stephen CIV NSWCDD, W15 (stephen.torri_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-10-27 16:23:05
>From: boost-bounces_at_[hidden] on behalf of David Abrahams
>Sent: Wed 10/27/2010 2:16 PM
>Subject: Re: [boost] How about a call for bug-fix volunteers?
>> >Jim, I think it would be awesome if you would like to run a program
>> >like this! Obviously it would take a lot of cooperation from library
>> >authors and the rest of the community, but to make something like this
>> >work I think it needs a coordinator. What do you say?
>> I would definitely sign up for this if it existed.
>> Going from simply using basic templates with C++ to a high grade and
>> quality of single/multithreaded programming can be done by yourself
>> but not always quickly. I have found mentoring to be a way to grab
>> years of wisdom quickly so you don't repeat past mistakes nor
>> rediscover some technique.
>You'd sign up to be an apprentice, or to mentor someone?
Sorry David I should have been more clear that I would sign up as an apprentice.
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