Hello GSoC students
valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com
Sat Apr 6 21:02:47 BST 2019
On Tue, Apr 2, 2019 at 12:05 AM Gopi Manohar Tatiraju <deathcoderx at gmail.com>
> Actually, I am, interested in working on Project: AI Face Recognition
> with OpenCV DNN module.
> I also mailed the mentor but didn't get any response. Also, I was not able
> to follow up as my mid-sem exams were going on.
> But now I will fully dedicate my time to KDE.
> Can you guide me through, like how should I proceed now and basic
> requirements of KDE.
Sorry I didn't see this until now, as I've been very busy helping the
applicants and mentors. Emailing mentors is really only to be done when
nothing else works -- very little research is needed to find the diigKam
IRC channel (#digikam on freenode) and their devel list, digikam-devel. In
fact, you should have been active there all along if you're interested.
Unless you have a well-developed proposal already which has been uploaded
to the GSoC webapp, it's very late to begin, since the deadline to upload
the Final is the 9th of this month. However, we did get a few good
proposals just yesterday, so anything is possible!
Guides are available, certainly, starting with
https://community.kde.org/GSoC/2019 and the links there. The requirements
are there as well. It is expected that prospective students will do basic
research and not wait to be personally guided to go through the necessary
steps. Of course students help one another here on this list, and there is
#kde-soc where that happens, some mentors are there to help, and me.
> On Tue, Apr 2, 2019 at 12:26 PM Valorie Zimmerman <
> valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I know not all of you with proposals have joined the list, but welcome to
>> those who have.
>> I want all of you to know that #kde-soc is available for you on freenode
>> IRC, on Matrix <
>> https://webchat.kde.org/#/room/#freenode_#kde-soc:matrix.org> or
>> Telegram <https://t.me/joinchat/A-9tjgavn9YJ2myF1aTK4A>.
>> Of course most of your discussions now should be in team channels or
>> #kde-devel. However, -soc is there for you if you have questions about the
>> program itself. Please don't private message me (or anyone else) without
>> asking. 99.99% of all questions and discussions should be in the channel.
>> It's great to hang out there and help other students if you can. Believe
>> me, we take notice of that!
>> Please continue to improve your proposal, and discuss your work with your
>> team and mentor(s).
>> We look forward to to working with you.
>> Valorie, for KDE Student Programs
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