Subject: Re: [boost] GSOC 2013
From: Vicente J. Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-26 15:30:56
Le 26/04/13 21:04, Christopher Kormanyos a écrit :
>>>>> P.S. The proposal.
>>>>> I think this is final version, or close to final.
>>> I have a major suggestion. You do not have to
>>> accept my suggestion, since I am only an observer
>>> of this project.
>> You could be the mentor if you want.
>> Best Vicente
> I would like to contribute something.
> But I would need help, especially for the architectural
> considerations and specifically for assistance with
> rounding issues and testing with Boost.Test.
> Also, I need to realistically consider my time
> schedule, since I am already involved in at least
> one GSoC project, and I have a master's student
> at my day job (but he is almost done).
> Maybe we could we team up for co-mentorship
> with two or three of us in a similar way that is
> intended for the Boost.Math project.
> What do you think?
This could be an excellent idea. Having several mentors could help to
define the requirements of a library with different expectations
depending on the domain where it is used.
Let us discuss it privately under the GSoC comments associated to this
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