I'm very excited to be participating in this year's GSoC. Google
recommends that students use the next few weeks to get to know their
mentors, read documentation, and get up to speed to begin working on
their projects. Students have also received instructions on submitting
tax forms and other paperwork.
Aside from filing all the requisite paperwork, I plan on reading
through the extensive set of patches on lock files Michael Haggerty
submitted after my initial proposal. I also plan on consulting with my
mentor, Jeff King, on some good first steps.
By the way, my name is Brian Gesiak. I'm a research student at the
University of Tokyo, specializing in parallel and distributed
computing. If you have any questions regarding my project, "Unify and
Refactor Temporary File Handling", please feel free to contact me via
this mailing list, or privately via email. I'm also on GitHub and
- Brian Gesiak
On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 10:06 AM, Andrew Ardill <andrew.ard...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Congrats everyone who was successful in being picked for this year's GSoC.
> Fabian with "Line options for git rebase --interactive" 
> Brian Gesiak with "Unify and Refactor Temporary File Handling" 
> Tanay Abhra with "Git configuration API improvements" 
> I look forward to seeing how you go!
> Andrew Ardill
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