[L2Ork-dev] Expression of interest in GSoC 2020
Tsz Kiu Pang
osamupang at gmail.com
Sun Mar 8 18:22:47 EDT 2020
Thank you very much for your reply.
On Sat, 7 Mar 2020 at 06:48, Jonathan Wilkes <jon.w.wilkes at gmail.com> wrote:
> Tsz Kiu,
> It's great to see someone familiar with Pd getting interested in GSoC
> for Purr Data!
> For the error: it looks like you're somehow still missing the lua
> headers. Did they install lua successfully with homebrew?
> Check /usr/local/include and /usr/include to see if the header is there.
Yes, lua.h is just in /usr/local/include/lua/, but somehow gcc could not
I hope I will have time to debug and get this working by today.
> As far as GSoC conflict with your school-- I don't think you could
> successfully complete a project given those scheduling constraints.
> Beginning and end of the summer are crucial times. And 30 hours per
> week is an average AFAICT.
> You'll likely hit "crunch time" at some point in both the very
> beginning and end of the project.
> Not having adequate time to focus and ensure the code works during
> those times would be
Thank you very much for your feedback. To me it seems like this project
is not as hard as other projects or projects from other organizations.
> Perhaps the other GSoC admins can chime in here?
It would be great if I could get some feedback from other people, especially
if anyone in Australia who has successfully completed GSoC with Purr Data
> As far as the projects: I think you're on the right track for the
> "warm vinyl" idea. For the ambition of GSoC
> that would probably be one of a small collection of "fake news"
> objects. I'm happy to give some more feedback
> on that and the other project ideas if you'd like.
Yes, it would be great if you could please provide me with more feedback.
Another question that I have is to what scale of this fake news library you
(e.g. how many objects?)
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