Subject: Re: [ublas] GSOC mentor summit CFP
From: Karl Rupp (rupp_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-08-27 21:29:13
the Google mentor summit is more about an exchange of experiences in
FLOSS development in general rather than a presentation of the
individual projects. For example, you'll find support for a discussion
of "How to build a community" and discuss experiences in one of the
sessions. You may also be able to share experiences on Boost in general.
However, I don't think that you'll find any audience for a discussion of
Boost::ublas, as quite a large share of the audience is probably not
familiar with C++ at all...
Hope this helps you in not going there with wrong expectations. It's a
really nice event for an exchange on the non-technical parts of open
source development :-)
On 08/27/2013 04:15 PM, David Bellot wrote:
> Hi ublas,
> as you know, this year we have 2 excellent students working for the
> Google Summer of Code on new features for ublas. At the end of the
> program, Google will also invite some of the mentors for a conference in
> Mountain View, California.
> It happens this year Boost::ublas is sending one of his mentor (actually
> it's me). The conference is made on the concept of the "unconference".
> To be honest with you, it's the first time I will participate to
> something like that. It will be an opportunity to talk about Boost and
> As I have the honor to represent all of you guys, I'd like to ask you to
> send your wishes and ideas of what I can talk about. Of course, a
> presentation of ublas would be the basis, but I'm sure we can go even
> further and there are certainly topics you'd love to see presented to
> the public.
> Let's talk about what we want to say in the name of ublas to this
> Best regards,
> ublas mailing list
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