Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC 2011 - Do we need to starting thinking about it?
From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-01-25 12:43:28
> Did you feel that you spent too much time cutting code?
> And/or too little producing documentation, examples and other things that
> would 'sell' the project and get enough users with experience enough to get
> to a review?
> I suspect that any projects have far, far to big ambitions, when what we
> probably most want out of a project is a *finished* job.
well, a boost libray is not `finished' when coding/documentation is done, but
when the actual code becomes part of boost. so even if a student has the
ambition of finishing coding/documentation/examples/benchmarks, the work is
but maybe it would be a good project to finish a library from earlier years,
including the review at the end of the gsoc period (maybe with the mentor as
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