[L2Ork-dev] GSOC 2020
morsi.alia at gmail.com
Sat Mar 28 06:27:57 EDT 2020
On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 1:37 AM Jonathan Wilkes <jon.w.wilkes at gmail.com>
> On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 6:17 PM Alia Morsi <morsi.alia at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >
> >> > Also, I was thinking maybe I can start earlier with hours like the
> yellow productivity level, since I already finished my courses. I can win
> myself a buffer to prepare for the worst case scenario. I'm quite inclined
> to this idea, so that by the official time of GSOC start I have already
> gotten started and adjusted the plan of deliverables to what I can surely
> >> That will definitely be helpful. But first please make sure that the
> >> schedule for your project idea is workable *even if* those
> >> early dates aren't available. You'll want a workable plan *plus* buffer
> > Ok!
> > will update the timeline do this on Friday, after I meet with my thesis
> supervisor and also discuss with him my execution plan for that.
> That sounds like a plan. I would suggest showing your thesis
> supervisor your GSoC plan/schedule and get their input on how it fits
> with your
> thesis schedule plan.
I just reviewed my plans with my supervisor,
He suggested that the timelines I have in mind are overly optimistic (I
guess you sort of had the same impression as well), and that there will not
be a period in summer where I could solely focus on GSOC, and therefore my
forecast for full time commitment in August is not realistic. It is almost
certain that after the feedback from the July presentations, students are
left with lots of changes/additions to implement in addition to report
I guess there is no point in being stubborn and having both projects (and
myself) suffer.. though I was genuinely excited to apply this year.
However, other than hopefully applying for a future GSOC edition when I
pursue further studies, I would still like to get more involved with the
purr data community. :)
Thanks a lot for your time though!
> > Thanks :)
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