Subject: Re: [boost] [GSoC] Getting started
From: Jeroen Habraken (vexocide_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-05-03 13:19:10
On 3 May 2011 18:30, Andrew Sutton <asutton.list_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hello GSoC students and mentors,
> Students, if you haven't contacted your mentor, now would be the time
> do so. Mentors, if you haven't heard from your students, you need to
> try to get in touch with them. If anybody is having trouble getting a
> hold of their student or mentor, please let me know.
> During the "Getting to Know You Phase", you should be doing two things:
> 1. Defining goals and expectations for the summer and
> 2. Starting to get up to speed with Boost's development environment
> Remember, that there is a midterm review. It is usually a good idea to
> set concrete midterm goals in order to ensure that your project is
> moving forward.
> Also, the source code of your project MUST be available for review by
> both your mentor and the community at large. Basically, this means you
> need to have it publicly hosted. The obvious solution is to house the
> project in the Boost Sandbox
> (http://svn.boost.org/svn/boost/sandbox/SOC/2011/). You will probably
> need to request write access from the Boost owners
> (boost-owner_at_[hidden]). Send them an email.
> If your project is already hosted online (independently or as part of
> another project), then we need to know where it is. Please send an
> email to the list describing how we can check out the source code of
> your work. I will add the addresses of these projects to the
> Boost-GSoC wiki page so other interested parties can find them.
My code is already housed in the sandbox, it can be found at
> That's it for now. Good luck!
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