Oh, wasn't aware of that. What was the accepted project?DangerGround wrote:vicmarcal you're wrong, we took part once in gsoc 2006
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If I'm not wrong, the mentors are the programmers from the organization (ReactOS), but I'm not really sure.jgwright wrote:next step is getting some mentors into the project.next step is to get some students into the project
In 2006 there were two mentors. How long did they stay around after that? How well did their projects do? From looking at these forums, do any obvious mentors come to the fore? People (incl, foremost, prospective students) will be looking at these forums and asking the same question.
Any update?For any inquiries, additional ideas or suggestions, please mail one of our two mentors:
* Aleksey Bragin (aleksey [at] reactos [dot] org)
* Alex Ionescu (alex [dot] ionescu [at] reactos [dot] org)
Thank you. From what it written, the one was "progressing very well", but unfortunately there is no final report on the wiki page, one was considered by Google "unsatisfactory and has unlisted it", one was considered "abandoned" by Google and the status of the last one is unknown. This may partially explain why Google was reluctant to include ROS in subsequent years.DangerGround wrote:http://www.reactos.org/wiki/Summer_of_Code_2006
Yes, mjmartin for USB, Colin Finck for ATA, and so on. One will also notice that almost every thread about ROS development suggest joining the IRC channel.jgwright wrote:From looking at these forums, do any obvious mentors come to the fore?
I don't see any problem with that. A captain of a ship does not have to supervise the work of every sailor.jgwright wrote:... and I hate to bang you on the head with a clue tip but Aleksey Bragin *wasn't* one of the two mentors in 2006.
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