GSoC 2020 Questions & some doubts
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1) You describe the project you will apply for, not matter if it's from our ideas list or your own idea.

2) The generally is only needed if it's a new idea. If it's ours, we know it's possible to do in 3 months and if you apply for it, you agree that you have the potential/ability to not take much longer than that.

3) You submit separate proposals for each project idea you're interested in, even if it's for the same project. Sidenote: remember that Google only allows a total of 3 proposals this year.

4) It depends, but I'd say 2-3 pages is the optimum. What matters in being selected is mostly whether we think you can do it. You can convince us of that by pushing good PRs, your track record (C++ experience, experience working on large projects, etc), showing enthusiasm, being active on the forum/IRC, etc.
Also, you increase your chances by applying for more than 1 project idea, especially if it's not very popular/competitive. We only have so many mentors & student slots.
Mostly working on Retroplayer graphics.
GitHub: github.com/VelocityRa
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RE: GSoC 2020 Questions & some doubts - by velocity - 2020-03-19, 08:50


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