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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Google Summer of Code / ham radio

From: Marcus Müller
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Google Summer of Code / ham radio
Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2016 20:54:33 +0100
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Ah, cool :) Sorry for the confusion then :)

On 03/08/2016 08:52 PM, Martin Braun wrote:
> Just to put this all into perspective, Daniel got in touch with us prior
> to our acceptance regarding collaboration on such a project. The
> collaboration would be between GNU Radio and the Debian project.
> Cheers,
> Martin
> On 03/08/2016 11:40 AM, Marcus Müller wrote:
>> Hi Daniel,
>> not to break your enthusiasm, but seeing that the GNU Radio Live DVD
>> works quite well right now, I don't really see the benefit of converting
>> it to Debian.
>> Regarding the Ham things: That's something that I can only emphasize:
>> Students, whatever qualification, experiences and projects you have done
>> with radio, it's probably not the worst idea to mention that! Also,
>> especially Ham Radio has a very active crowd, so if you can find a
>> project that suits you and you'd like to see it do something related
>> with amateur radio operation, it's very likely that you can get active
>> help here.
>> In general: Get in contact, do that early, talk about what you want to
>> do and what skills you bring and think you'll need to acquire. Every
>> positive interaction with the community definitely makes you more
>> valuable to the project :)
>> Cheers,
>> Marcus
>> On 03/08/2016 07:06 PM, Daniel Pocock wrote:
>>> On 04/02/16 18:51, Daniel Pocock wrote:
>>>> On 04/02/16 18:35, Martin Braun wrote:
>>>>> Daniel,
>>>>> that sounds pretty good! We're currently polishing our ideas list (the
>>>>> current draft is at
>>>>> http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/GSoCIdeas). We could
>>>>> probably write up a project idea on our wiki page, and then copy it to
>>>>> your ideas list, or vice versa.
>>>> Having the idea on both lists is perfectly OK, we should probably create
>>>> links between them though so it is clear that it is a collaboration
>>>>> Note that we didn't get accepted into GSoC last year, so I'm not sure
>>>>> what our chances are. I'm sure we can find a mentor, though.
>>>> That is another reason to have this on the Debian ideas list as well.
>>>> If GNU Radio is not accepted but Debian is accepted then the project can
>>>> still potentially go ahead.  It also depends on the number of slots that
>>>> Google allocates to each selected project.  The Google system allows us
>>>> to register multiple mentors for a student, so we could potentially have
>>>> both a GNU Radio developer and a Debian Developer linked to the same
>>>> student.  Both mentors would also have an equal chance of selection for
>>>> the mentor summit.
>>> Debian and GNU Radio are both confirmed in GSoC this year, is there
>>> interest in advertising this idea[1] for converting the GNU Radio live
>>> DVD into a Debian Live project, merging with the Debian Ham CD?
>>> For all those students who have joined the mailing list recently, do any
>>> of you have a ham radio license?
>>> I'm happy to write up a project idea that can go on both the Debian and
>>> GNU Radio wikis (and also my blog) but I would like to find somebody
>>> with more comprehensive GNU Radio knowledge to be part of the mentoring
>>> team for it.
>>> Regards,
>>> Daniel
>>> 1. https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/discuss-gnuradio/2016-02/msg00051.html
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