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[GSoC] My proposal with Boost C++ was accepted!!

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Hi, Boost community,

I was notified some days ago that my proposal for the Boost.Real project
was accepted in the Google Summer of Code  2018 program.

I'm currently in contact with my mentor (Damian Vicino) talking about how
to start the project and how to properly work to get a clean and performant
code.

Any suggestion about common working methodologies in boost projects
are welcome, and if there is a tutorial on the boost programming style
please let me know so I can achieve a cleaner coding style that fits better
with the rest of the library projects and facilitate the review process.

Regarding where to store the project: I have received an invitation to join
the BoostGSoC18 GitHub organization from David Bellot. Is this a good place
where to create the Boost.Real project? I suppose that the organization was
created for this purpose, but because I only got the invitation I don't
want to create my project within the organization without asking first.

Best,

--
Laouen Mayal Louan Belloli.
LIAA - DC - FCEyN - UBA.
C.A.B.A. - Buenos Aires - Argentina.
https://liaa.dc.uba.ar
+54 9 11 38675694

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Re: [GSoC] My proposal with Boost C++ was accepted!!

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Hi Laouen,

and congratulations for being accepted as a GSoC student this year. The
competition was hard and we are sure you will do a great GSoC with us.

Regarding the repository, it's indeed our way of storing students' projects
during the GSoC. So you can start using it. For new libraries, students can
start from scratch in this repository and for existing libraries, they fork
the library in this repository.

In the previous years, we had our GSoC on GitHub as well:
https://github.com/BoostGSoC17
https://github.com/BoostGSoC15
https://github.com/BoostGSoC14
https://github.com/BoostGSoC13

Best regards,
David



On Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 4:03 PM, Laouen Belloli via Boost <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi, Boost community,
>
> I was notified some days ago that my proposal for the Boost.Real project
> was accepted in the Google Summer of Code  2018 program.
>
> I'm currently in contact with my mentor (Damian Vicino) talking about how
> to start the project and how to properly work to get a clean and performant
> code.
>
> Any suggestion about common working methodologies in boost projects
> are welcome, and if there is a tutorial on the boost programming style
> please let me know so I can achieve a cleaner coding style that fits better
> with the rest of the library projects and facilitate the review process.
>
> Regarding where to store the project: I have received an invitation to join
> the BoostGSoC18 GitHub organization from David Bellot. Is this a good place
> where to create the Boost.Real project? I suppose that the organization was
> created for this purpose, but because I only got the invitation I don't
> want to create my project within the organization without asking first.
>
> Best,
>
> --
> Laouen Mayal Louan Belloli.
> LIAA - DC - FCEyN - UBA.
> C.A.B.A. - Buenos Aires - Argentina.
> https://liaa.dc.uba.ar
> +54 9 11 38675694
>
> _______________________________________________
> Unsubscribe & other changes: http://lists.boost.org/
> mailman/listinfo.cgi/boost
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