Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC: Seven proposals accepted
From: Aditya Atluri (adityaavinash143_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-28 07:51:02
First, congrats. You should contact your mentor first. Ask him about the rules and get acquainted with the procedure. Have fun coding!!
On Tue May 28 2013 05:07:14 PM IST, Hardy <hzithlony_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On 2013/5/28 3:12, Boris Schaeling wrote:
> > Google just announced the seven proposals which were accepted for
> > Boost. The (entire) list can be found here:
> > <http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/projects/list/google/gsoc2013>
> > Congratulations to the successful students! Good luck and much fun in
> > this summer's Boost C++ projects! :)
> > For those students who were not selected: Feel free to contact me for
> > the details! We actually asked Google for more than seven slots because
> > we got more than seven amazing proposals. Unfortunately the number of
> > slots is just limited. And so we had to make some tough decisions. :/
> > I also thank everyone who had volunteered to mentor a project! I know
> > that not everyone could get the project they wanted. But maybe there is
> > still enough motivation to move forward with some projects outside of
> > the Google Summer of Code program. :)
> > Boris
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> I was so happy to receive the mail saying my proposal had been accepted.
> During the time waiting for the result, I learned much about C++, STL
> and Boost.
> Now that I've known who is my mentor(Darren Garvey), how should I
> contact with him? Should I just discuss in the mailing list or discuss
> with him more privately?
> Thanks very much!
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