From: Vissarion Fisikopoulos (fisikop_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-02-11 09:43:49
thanks for your interest in the library and GSoC!
I would say that the first thing is to work on your proposal. You have
to choose a topic and then do the programming tests. You can also
propose a topic. On the other hand, trying to create bonds with the
community like fixing issues in Boost.Geometry is always a good idea
and only strengthen your future application.
Have a look at the websites from previous Boost.Geometry GSoC
students. The information the might be useful.
All the best,
On Mon, 10 Feb 2020 at 11:19, Digvijay Janartha via Geometry
> I am Digvijay Janartha from NIT Hamirpur, B. Tech. 3rd year student from Computer Science Branch. I am a GSoC aspirant and was looking into Boost.Geometry projects. Can anyone help me how to initiate contributing towards this library? I have a good command over C++ and have a good knowledge of geometry from competitve programming.
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