From: Tom Kwok (tomkwoktk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-04-29 15:41:14
Hi David (and other potential mentors),
I updated my repository hosting my little project of C++ matrix classes for the GSoC competency test. Also, is there any editing needed for my proposal?
I am sure you and other mentors are busy reviewing so I am sorry for bothering you with this message. If I donât receive further feedback I would take it as no changes are needed (yet).
Also, I read that Boost community is interested in participating GSoD (Google Season of Docs) as well. I would like to express my interest in GSoD participation and I look forward to hearing updates on specific requirements on GSoD participants and/or projects that Boost community may have.
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> Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2020 08:25:22 +1000
> From: David Bellot <david.bellot_at_[hidden] <mailto:david.bellot_at_[hidden]>>
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> Subject: [boost] 10 slots for the Google Summer of Code 2020
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> Hi Boost community,
> this year Google allocated 10 slots for the Google Summer of Code. It's
> again a great achievement thanks to the hard work of our team of dedicated
> We are now selecting the best students among all the proposals we receive.
> We received 79 proposals this year. 10 of them will be selected.
> This year, a lot of proposals if not all are targeting a finalization of
> the work which has been done in the previous GSoCs and we should see a lot
> of code being pushed in production. It's a very exciting time for all of us.
> The mentors are now hard at work to choose the students. We'll keep you
> informed when it's official.
> Best regards,
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