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Backup mentor for SoC guile-debugging project?

From: Neil Jerram
Subject: Backup mentor for SoC guile-debugging project?
Date: Sat, 13 May 2006 10:16:21 +0100
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Would anyone offer to be the backup mentor for a Summer of Code
project that I am mentoring, to enhance guile-debugging?

The project application is from Martin Kuehl, from the University of
Bremen, and it proposes to implement "continuation bookmarking" - a
way of saving bookmarks within a debugging session that you can
explore from and then come back to.

The skill that you would need to be the backup mentor for this project
is just a reasonable knowledge of how Guile (core) works.  You don't
need to know about guile-debugging in particular, because I can easily
explain its key points in 10-15 minutes on the phone.

Also please note that I would not expect Martin to have to call on you
much in practice, as I am expecting to be available for almost the
whole summer.  (Currently I have planned just one week away, at the
start of July.)  Thus the backup mentorship in this case could be 90%
nominal.  On the other hand, if you did want to be involved more
(regardless of when I am available), that would be welcome.

Many thanks,

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