From: Christopher Kormanyos (e_float_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-04-13 16:58:17
> don't imagine the mentors would excuse plagiarism
I will look into this. We have experienced suchconflicts in the past. Of course, descriptions canbe limited due to the rather small scope of domainof a typical project. But I do see potential elementsof what looks like it could be paraphrasing inthe project summary.
> Two of your competency test tasks are> directly [maybe] plagiarised
I will investigate what might appear as verysimilar code, almost seemingly stronglysimilar.
Independent work and skills are theingredients needed for the successfulcandidate.
Kind regards, Christopher
On Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 5:55:42 PM GMT+2, Fahad Syed via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
I see a some bits of plagiarism:
(1) Two of your competency test tasks are directly plagiarised from here:
(2) Your proposal summary, among other things, is almost identical to this
Since I don't imagine the mentors would excuse plagiarism, I would suggest
that you edit the plagiarised content to improve your chances of getting
On Tue, 13 Apr, 2021, 6:51 pm Abhishek Kujur via Boost, <
> My name is Abhishek Kujur, I am CSE student at Kalinga Institute of
> Technology. I have used c++ for like 6 years and I have understanding of
> C++ Stl, object orientation and template metaprogramming.
> I would love to be selected at GSOC 2021 by contributing to C++'s well
> known library, Boost Library.
> I would be interested in feedback and suggestions.
> The link to my proposal is:
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