Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (Approaching second milestone (July 22-26) - Second Official GSOC Evaluation)

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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (Students Chosen by Google)

Postby triplus » Wed May 08, 2019 3:11 pm

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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (4 GSoC Students preparing their Repos and Progress reporting)

Postby Kunda1 » Wed May 08, 2019 3:38 pm

@yorik has very instructively created https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic. ... 90#p306354 with links to relevant discussion threads for each GSoC project. Students should have their repos set up and a place they report their progress visible/accessible as they prepare for the coding period..
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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (Students Chosen by Google)

Postby hardeeprai » Wed May 08, 2019 11:21 pm

Sudhanshu wrote:
Wed May 08, 2019 4:49 am
I am willing to continue the project. Its a need for others and a learning experience for me.
GSoC would have just accelerated the project's pace but it will be completed anyway.
May or may not be, By seeing your interaction and coding efforts, it might be possible that you finish it quickly.

When you are in the company of awesome community (like FreeCAD ;-) ), you feel motivated and energised to do the great things.

I will monitor your this project, review code, watch your activities to see FElt in action ASAP.

Wish you all the best
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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (4 GSoC Students preparing their Repos and Progress reporting)

Postby yorik » Wed May 22, 2019 6:58 pm

We are approaching the end of the bonding period. Next monday, May 27th, coding starts for real!

It seems to me all 4 projects are on tracks and everything seems well set for the next phase! I'd like to make a small round-up now. I added my own comments. If any of you mentors or students or anybody else sees something to add or correct, please comment!

Suraj - Rebar improvements

- Development log: https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/User:Su ... SoC19/logs
- Everything looks good, many samples, commits, mockups done already
- Something required before may 27th? For me not, everything looks ok. Amritpal?

Patrick - BCF viewer

- Development log: https://podestplatz.github.io/FreeCAD-blog/
- Everything looks good, general overview of the BCF format + diagram done
- Something required before May 27th? A QtDesigner mockup, as proposed by Patrick. Anything else?

Zach - Config management

- Development log: https://zachgummow.github.io/
- A bit too little content on the blog for me to know :D zach, sgrogan, kkremitzki, anything to comment here?
- Something required before May 27th?

Markus - FEM testing

- No development log yet
- Everything looks ok, some work done already and first proposals out. Bernd, howil?
- Something required before May 27th? Create a dev log (as Sean from BRLCAD suggested, I'd consider doing the same as Suraj)
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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (Approaching the end of the bonding period. May 27th, coding starts for real)

Postby Kunda1 » Wed May 22, 2019 10:41 pm

@yorik I've updated thread summary to reflect your post. ;)
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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (Approaching the end of the bonding period. May 27th, coding starts for real)

Postby yorik » Wed Jun 19, 2019 6:41 pm

Guys, next week (june 24 to june 28) is the official first GSOC evaluation.

For all students, there is nothing really special required from you at this point, but I think it would be a good idea to wrap things up a bit now, separate what can be finished until monday and what will be left for next phase, and prepare a small report of what is working up to now and how it can be tested/checked. I think this will do good to all projects.

For all project mentors, please decide between the two mentors who of you is responsible for filling the google form for your project. The best thing is obviously to arrange a time to do it together, it takes around 10 minutes only, but it's safer to have one main responsible person.

I'll be out of home the next 4 days, but I'll keep an eye here.
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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (Approaching next milestone (June 24-28) - First Official GSOC Evaluation)

Postby Kunda1 » Sat Jun 22, 2019 1:36 pm

Updated thread title to reflect :point_up_2:
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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (Approaching next milestone (June 24-28) - First Official GSOC Evaluation)

Postby m42kus » Wed Jun 26, 2019 8:57 am

Hi fellow participants,

I just wanted to remind you all to complete your first evaluation on https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/dashboard/. I'm a student myself so maybe everyone already did it, I don't know - better safe than sorry :P

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Re: GSOC 2019 Thread (Approaching second milestone (July 22-26) - Second Official GSOC Evaluation)

Postby yorik » Fri Jul 19, 2019 3:26 pm

Hey everybody,

We are approaching the second evaluation (next week - July 22th to 26th)

I would like to ask all students to write a small wrap-up of their work up to now (no need to be big, just something that explains to everybody where we stand at this point), and mentors to be ready to fill the google form next week.

@Patrick and @Suraj I'm following their progresses closely already, everything going very well
@Zach and @Markus I'm only looking at what you guys post on the respective threads, I didn't look munch into details, if you guys could give some clues to what we can look at to get an idea of where we stand, that would be great!