Shubham Verma Via Boost wrote:
> Hey I'm new, but I'd like to contribute to your organisation, can someone
> please guide me along?
There are many ways you could contribute. So many it's impossible to
tell you what to do exactly. In every library there are bugs to fix and
documentation to improve. In most of the cases you could propose to add
some new feature. Some libraries are well established so the development
is mostly maintenence others are younger so many new features are
developed. I advise you to learn about various libraries, think which
one you find interesting. Then you can go further from that point,
decide to fix bugs to help and learn about the library, propose some new
feature if you happen to think about one or ask if the developers
already have some ideas about new features but lack free time to
If you're thinking about contrinution during Gsoc I think it's
reasonable to assume that the libraries involved in Gsoc18 will also be
involved in Gsoc19, assuming Boost gets involved. However if you choose
to contribute to different library you'll probably find a mentor too.
Here you can find Code submision links. This links will be helpful because
all the students have written blogs about what they have done and what can
be done in future it will make things easy for you to understand and
preapre for future projects.
Wow, not yet. GSoc 2018 just finished. Let's celebrate our excellent
students, have some rest, wait for the summer to come (at least in my part
of the world) and for the winter to pass for the other part of the world.
Then I'll update the wiki and start thinking about GSOC'19.
And let's update Boost.uBlas with all the new and old code we need to push.