GSoC 2015 update
murtuzabohra88 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 30 08:00:31 BST 2016
My schedule is very hectic these days, I am working on 2 of my course
project and the deadline is by 20th April. Moreover the exam are waiting
after that, so I won't be able to give much time to GSoC project before 2
May. But yeah in the mean while if I find something to discuss with you,
then I will.
On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 4:23 PM, James Aylett <james-xapian at tartarus.org>
> On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 11:43:04AM +0100, Olly Betts wrote:
> > Meanwhile, if you've applied to us you shouldn't just sit and wait for
> > the announcement. We select the students we think are likely to make
> > a success of their projects, and you can improve the confidence we have
> > in you by working on a patch (or if you're already working on a patch,
> > by pushing through with it and getting it merged).
> I'll just add briefly on this: it's vastly easier to push through a
> smaller patch than a larger one, which is why we recommend taking a
> bite-sized project (and, in GSoC itself, why we encourage students to
> complete and have reviewed sub-projects as they go rather than
> building up months of work).
> Don't worry about a patch being too small, either! If it fixes a bug,
> or makes a small improvement, then it's worth getting reviewed and
> merged. Almost every patch for every OSS project requires at least
> some changes, even with lots of experience, and we'll feed back and
> try to help you through the process in a way that means future
> contributions will be easier.
> There are some notes and tips in our draft developers guide which may
> help, particularly the section about contributing
> It's by no means perfect though, so please let me know if it's
> confusing, or if anything doesn't work for you.
> James Aylett, occasional trouble-maker
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