|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Draft Proposal GSoC: Offline Analysis and Visualization Tools|
|Date:||Wed, 23 Mar 2016 15:26:26 +0100|
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make sure your punctuation is right; only use "?" after a sentence that really is a question. Make sure there is always a space after punctuation, and don't make generalizing (and hence, wrong) statements like "And yes,Polar Codes are the coolest codes", which are a bit too colloquial for an application. Also, after make sure that the words after abbreviations ("e.g." etc) have the right capitalization. There's also still some typos; get a friend to cross-read the document critically; four eyes see more than two.
We're usually not very picky about that, but considering this is an application, I might add that on the website, and in the documentation, we generally use the capitalization "GNU Radio", not "Gnu Radio"; we didn't invent the GNU project, it was already there when Eric Blossom started with GNU Radio.
Content-wise, you've got a very fine, week-wise breakdown of your plans; however, the items you'd do in those weeks seem of very different size and defined at vastly different precisions. Comparing
Week 8 (11th July - 17th July):
Week 6 (27th June - 03rd July):
I'd say that Week 6 contains the a significant of the core deliverable of your GSoC proposal, whilst week 8 really has only two features to complete. Maybe you can balance that timeline a little more; not all things take the same time!
Also, after literature, I'm still not sure what you mean with displaying something in a "tabbed manner"; you should explain that.
On 23.03.2016 11:19, Usman Haider wrote:
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