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RE: Back to pick up the soc project I applied -- "deselection interface of sparse-directories"

From: <timmyguo_at_mail.ustc.edu.cn>
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 12:01:53 +0800

> Timmy, your proposal looks pretty decent to me.... but I'm just one
> person on the project. I expect Karl has more feedback for you, since
> this is more his area of expertise.

Hi Ben, thanks for your affirmative. I'm feeling encouraged now. ^_^

> Students: I think there's sometimes some confusion over what a
> "proposal" is. A proposal isn't simply writing "I'm interested in
> working on X, here's my resume." A proposal needs to have much more
> than that: it needs to have details about exactly how the problem
> will be tackled, potential issues, a timeline for work... some sort of
> proof that the student has been thinking about the problem.

I think I should fill in some more about timeline too. However, I'm not very
sure about it yet. Anyway, I'll try to present one, appropriate or not.

PS: I joined the IRC channel #svn-dev at freenode yesterday (at about 17pm
UTC). There were many people online. However, no one replied to my question.
Did I go to the right place?
One more question. I built the head of trunk yesterday. Could you tell me a
proper way to play with it without interfering with the stable version in
system, since the generated binaries spread across many directories? Must I
install it to a custom destination?

Rui, Guo

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Received on 2008-03-30 06:02:13 CEST

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