From: dim131 (dimitrislos13_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-03-20 12:02:49
Boost - Dev mailing list wrote
>> You are late, but perhaps not too late.
>> But you seem to have no idea which Boost library to contribute to
>> and which Boost GSoC project you want to develop.
>> So, you need to hurry up!
>> Dive into this https://lists.boost.org/boost-users/2020/02/90268.php
>> and read *all* references there, all of it.
>> Next, read all material here
>> Then, find which Boost library (project) you want to contribute
>> Get in touch/discuss with potential mentors. I suggest via the mailing
>> here or library specific (https://lists.boost.org/), instead of privately
>> as we are an open source project, after all.
>> Finally, work on your
>> - project proposal
>> - competency test solution
>> - submit both according to the official GSoC guidelines
I have already looked at these resources, have completed the competency test
for the multiprecision project and drafted a proposal for that project.
My question was as to whether someone is interested in mentoring the data
structure project, originally mentioned by degski (but which is not included
in the official list).
I have several ideas for implementing data-structures, some of which will be
useful for practical algorithms (e.g. meldable heaps in Chu-Liu-Edmonds' for
directed MST - for which I have a sample implementation).
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