Subject: Re: [boost] Attn: We need GSoC 2014 mentors for Boost!
From: Christopher Kormanyos (e_float_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-02-08 10:28:49
>> What do you think about these? Vicente? Anyone else?
> I don't know if Google accepts dual mentors. If not, you could mentor
> this project that is very close to the domain you are working with
> Boost.Multiprecission. I would be happy to help as much as possible.
> Please be free to add you name as possible mentor.
Thanks, Vicente. I'll think about it. I am aware of a young programmer
we recently worked with who would be technically capable of going
far in this project.
But I don't know if I should mentor two projects. I might not have
enough time for that.
I'll let you know soon.
On Saturday, February 8, 2014 2:43 PM, Vicente J. Botet Escriba <vicente.botet_at_[hidden]> wrote:
Le 08/02/14 11:35, Christopher Kormanyos a écrit :
>> As part of filling in our application for 2014, we must supply to
>> Google a list of potential GSoC mentors and potential GSoC projects
>> for summer 2014. We do NOT want a repeat of 2012 when our application
>> was rejected due to an insufficiently long list of prospective
>> mentors and projects!
> Thanks for the reminder Niall and Boris, and for cultivating
> intrerest here.
> I was thinking of two ideas to improve the clarity and robustness
> of our project list.
> 1) Remove the question marks (?) from the potential projects
> and move most of these to the "ideas" section.
I will try to do it today.
> 2) I could potentially offer to participate as dual-mentor with
> Vicente on the fixed-point class. Boost really needs to make
> progress here. And we can still decline to do the project
> unless the realy, really, really, super candidate knocks on
> the door. I recall that we failed to find the *right* candidate
> for this challenging project last year.
> What do you think about these? Vicente? Anyone else?
I don't know if Google accepts dual mentors. If not, you could mentor
this project that is very close to the domain you are working with
Boost.Multiprecission. I would be happy to help as much as possible.
Please be free to add you name as possible mentor.
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