[haiku] Re: Haiku accepted in Google Summer of Code 2009!

  • From: "Stephan Assmus" <superstippi@xxxxxx>
  • To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2009 22:09:17 +0100


> > Your expectations don't seem out of line to me. Concerns about my school
> > schedule were, after all, one of the reasons I posted in the first
> > place.
> Of course, I understand. Honestly I do not like having to be a
> hard-ass about this, but previous experiences have taught me some
> lessons. It is certainly unfair that some students might lose out
> because of their school schedules, which are out of their control. But
> in the same way we can lose out by picking the wrong students, and the
> GSoC schedule is out of our control.
> Such is life.

I think that you are showing concern and were honest about your time schedule 
is already a plus in my book. Now it remains to be seen whether you can present 
a solid plan as to how you will be able to still deliver on your project. If 
your project proposal is sound, and you can present a working plan which is 
precise enough to make some educated guess at your chances to complete it with 
regards to your time schedule, then I think your proposal could still have very 
good chances. I would encourage you to make your application and start 
discussing it with the Haiku mentors. You can only gain by doing this.

Best regards,

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