Aspiring Applicant for GSoC 2019
itishree1999 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 19:15:23 GMT 2019
Thank you for your response and reference. And surely, I will try to stay
longer on irc and usually I check logs in case I miss anything :)
I started reading more info from the link you provided.I'm going out of
town for a while, so will be back with good knowledge and questions on irc
soon! Have a great day.
On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 6:04 PM Olly Betts <olly at survex.com> wrote:
> Sorry we missed your question on IRC. It's fine to ask questions on
> IRC, but you need to be prepared to stay connected a bit longer.
> On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 02:15:07AM +0530, Iti Shree wrote:
> > I am Iti Shree, sophomore year student pursuing Information and
> > Technology.I was browsing through Xapian GSoC 2019 Ideas Page and found a
> > really interesting project - "Matcher Optimisations"
> > I have done quite a few projects in C++ and C source. Previous summer I
> > worked for apertus Association in GSoC and my project was in C.
> > Here is my github profile link: https://github.com/nmdis1999
> > I am looking for something new and challenging this summer and this
> > got my attention.However, I would like to know if you guys expect any sub
> > project/task to be done before proceeding with the project proposal.
> Yes, we really want students to work through the process of making a
> change to the code, submitting a patch for it, and working through the
> review process.
> It can be a first step towards the project (in this case you could look
> at addressing a simple case of one of the optimisations for example), or
> just some small change unconnected to the project. There are some links
> to suggested smaller projects in our GSoC Guide:
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