[haiku] Re: Google Summer of Code (candidate)
- From: "Adrien Destugues" <pulkomandy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2017 16:19:54 +0000
8 mars 2017 17:12 "scottmc" <scottmc2@xxxxxxxxx> a Ã©crit:
I was wondering if you had time to glance through it quickly and give me some
I'd like to suggest for students to NOT post their entire proposals publicly.
Feel free to discuss
your general ideas here, but hold your draft proposals till the GSoC
submission site allows you to
post them there. Then mentors will be able to view and comment on them. Try
to turn in your drafts
during the first week, so you will have enough time to improve them. Students
who wait till the
last day or two might not have time to improve theirs.
May I ask why? I see no reason to hide anything as far as technical details
And if a student tries to copy data from another one's proposal, we would quite
Of course, do not include personal/private data in such proposals.
The application period for students is very short this year and there is a
rather long time to wait until then, so it makes sense that proposal
preparation and review happens outside the GSoC application system. Otherwise
the mentors would have to do all the reviews in just one week, which seems a
little silly and putting unneeded stress on everyone for no good reason?
Other related posts: