Christian Couder <christian.cou...@gmail.com> writes:
> I would be interested in mentoring a GSoC student working on the "git
> bisect fix/unfixed" feature.
Interestingly, I used the feature in real-life last week, and had to
think upside-down to type the right "good"/"bad" keywords ;-).
> Some of Matthieu's students worked on it a few years ago but didn't finish.
Right. There was still quite some work to do, but this is most likely
too small for a GSoC project. But that could be a part of it. I'm not
sure how google welcomes GSoC projects made of multiple small tasks, but
my experience with students is that it's much better than a single (too)
big task, and I think that was the general feeling on this list when we
discussed it last year.
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