Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC: Seven proposals accepted
From: Paul A. Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-28 08:59:25
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> Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC: Seven proposals accepted
> 2013/5/27 Boris Schaeling <boris_at_[hidden]>:
> > 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! :)
> > 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. :)
> I hope in next year there will be more than 7 slots available for Boost. Congratulations to all
> A bunch of questions that will soon arise:
> * What is the preferred method for communications between student and mentors? Shall it be private
> mails, or writing to Boost mailing list with "[boost] [gsoc] [`project name`] " header is better?
> * Is there a "Recommendations" wiki page for students? Something like:
> recommended structure of the project is /boost/`project name` for header files and
> name` for other files. Write documentation using Quickbook.
* Private email between student and mentors for most things, but post general questions to the
Boost list(s) to ask for help as usual.
I think all the mentor-student traffic would clutter the already-busy Boost lists.
* Past year used the sandbox/soc/2011 but whether we use /SOC now that GITization of Boost is
looming I am less clear.
I fear getting involved in the changeover, but many people are keen gitters already so ...
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