|Subject:||Re: my GSoC application - please review! (also, who will be my mentor?)|
|Date:||Sun, 1 Apr 2012 13:55:46 +0200|
On Apr 1, 2012, at 1:24 PM, Janek Warchoł wrote:
Start with horizontal spacing. Always start with horizontal spacing. Everything comes down to horizontal spacing. Horizontal spacing.
It's just the opposite - the use of technical details shows a lack of clarity of understanding, as it attaches importance to things that may change depending on the implementation as opposed to design. Stay on the design level. I'd define early on the concepts of engraver and grob and then use them as a ritornello.
Just mention the periods - don't mention why (or just put exams). The less text the better. Imagine that every word they read costs 1 unit of attention down the line for something that's really important.
No, because it is undercutting the worth of your work. GNU is not there to finance other LilyPond developers - they're there to finance you. You need to be confident and assertive and sell yourself. They need to have the impression that you know exactly what you're doing, know exactly how you're going to go about it, and that you're worth every penny of what you're going to do.
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