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Re: GSoC 2013

From: Stephen J. Turnbull
Subject: Re: GSoC 2013
Date: Tue, 07 May 2013 00:32:17 +0900

Bastien writes:

 > When you "refactor" what someone says, it would be fair to explicitely
 > say so, instead of just relying on the weak convention that [..] means
 > that *you* put what you want in the square brackets.

On this list, I can always count on somebody else to point it out.

 > Also, I don't get the point of the whole thread:

I checked out the org selection post-mortem meeting.  Did you?  There
were plenty of orgs that obviously worked hard on their applications,
had their mentors and admins all set up, good ideas page, and they
were turned down, often with no obvious umbrella organization to turn
to (implying even more work with no guarantee of getting into GSoC).

By contrast, I just think it's shameful (for Emacs and GNU) that
students are quite obviously doing mentors' work on this list.

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