Subject: Re: [boost] [gsoc17] GSoC next steps (was: Re: [gsoc2017]Satyam Pandey Copy GSoC 2017 Proposal writen by Ruoyun Jing)
From: Ruoyun Jing (jingry0321_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-04-07 04:06:11
Hi Boost All,
Thanks all for your notice about this event. This event is well handled by
GSoC and Boost admin. Thanks all your help about me during this time!
Then I will continue to focus on what I proposed for GSoC project. Learn
Boost development and the knowledge I need. I will try my best to
contribute to Boost.
Thanks all for your help!
On Fri, Apr 7, 2017 at 11:32 AM, Ruoyun Jing <jingry0321_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi Boost All,
> Here are the reply from GSoC about the plagiarism.
> On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 10:52 PM, Stephanie Taylor <sttaylor_at_[hidden]>
>> You should contact the organization as well and let them know so they can
>> ignore the other student's proposal.
>> *Google Summer of Code 2017, is a program where university students spend
>> their 3 month summer break coding on an open source project.
>> Visit g.co/gsoc <http://g.co/gsoc> for more information. The s**tudent
>> application period opens on March 20th. Coding begins May 30th.*
>> Stephanie Taylor
>> Open Source Programs, Google
> On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 11:20 PM, Ruoyun Jing <jingry0321_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Thanks all for your help!
>> I will notice the following progress.
>> Best regards!
>> Ruoyun Jing
>> 2017-04-04 21:26 GMT+08:00 Niall Douglas <gsoc-admin_at_[hidden]>:
>>> > Sorry for disturbing you at this time, I experienced a very bad thing
>>> > that Satyam Pandey, a student who sent proposal yesterday copied too
>>> > many sections of my proposal. I marked the sections red in the given
>>> > PDF.*I think the same pattern of GSoC proposal is common, and it does
>>> > not matter, but his proposal has too many same description as me. *
>>> Thank you for reporting this issue.
>>> It is unavoidable in Google Summer of Code that students copy one
>>> another and indeed sometimes pay another to write their competency test
>>> for them. We actually encourage students to study one another's
>>> applications and submit an even better application, this happened
>>> several times this year with the static map proposal. But we frown on
>>> failure to attribute sources, including failure to mention when the
>>> community or stackoverflow gave them help. And students who are later
>>> prove to be incapable of programming code at the level they advertised
>>> in their proposal are lifetime banned not just by us, but by Google.
> I checked the final edit of Satyam Pandey's Proposal, and did not find he
> attributed source of mine. If the references did existed, could you please
> notice me about that?
> Last night I read every application and pre-eliminated half of them as I
>>> do every year so the Boost community doesn't waste their time with them.
>>> The calibre at the top this year is even higher than in past years, we
>>> have at least three truly superb candidates per project. It will be very
>>> hard to choose between them, and we will have to reject two superb
>>> candidates for no good reason other than only one student can do one
>>> You should see an announcement regarding community ranking soon. Watch
>>> this space.
>> Northwest University of China
>> Software Engineering
>> jingry0321_at_[hidden] <jingry0321_at_[hidden]>
> Thanks All for reading!
> Best regards!
> Ruoyun Jing
> Northwest University of China
> Software Engineering
> jingry0321_at_[hidden] <jingry0321_at_[hidden]>
-- Northwest University of China Software Engineering jingry0321_at_[hidden] <jingry0321_at_[hidden]>
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