From: Christopher Kormanyos (e_float_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-04-08 19:18:26
Thank you for your query and yourinterest in "provide quad-double".
The project is open. You are right on time!
I would be the mentor (Christopher Kormanyos).At the moment, I have two potential projects.I will, however, have time to mentor just 1 ofthem, either this one or the FFT proj.
I strongly encourage you,Â if your scheduleallows, to submit your proposal and try.
Kind regards, Chris
On Thursday, April 8, 2021, 8:16:13 PM GMT+2, ÎÎ¹Î¬Î½Î½Î·Ï ÎÎ¿Î½Î¹Î´ÎÎ»Î·Ï via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
My name is Giannis Gonidelis. I am an Electrical & Computer Engineering student from Greece and a regular open-source contributor on HPX developed by STE||AR Group. The past year I have been working on trying to adapt the HPX Parallel Algorithms to C++20 by providing the interface dictated by Ranges-TS (by Niebler). HPX, being a C++ Standards library for Concurrency and Parallelization, has its roots on Boost and widely adopts template meta-programming (our project leader is also the founder of Boost.Spirit).
I recognize that I might kick in a little late for a GSoC application, but before sharing my proposal, I would like to know if you plan on mentoring the project about providing the "Quad-Double Backend Type". If so, I would be glad to share my initial thoughts on the project with the mentor, along with my Programming competency test script, in order to submit a cohesive and thorough proposal.
Please inform me on the project availability.
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