[llvm-dev] Call for GSoC 2020 projects
Doerfert, Johannes via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Fri Jan 24 08:41:54 PST 2020
(FWIW, we should move this discussion to a single list.)
On 01/24, David Tellenbach via llvm-dev wrote:
> Hi all,
> may I ask about the current status of this?
I don't understand. We will participate in GSoC again, at least I
strongly expect us to. Past years have been great for students and
I will put (at least) 2 more projects online soon, people should do the
same if they have interesting ones :)
> The deadline for organizations to apply is February 5, 2020; has an application
> already been made?
Anton knows ;)
> Another thing: https://llvm.org/OpenProjects.html states that MLIR related
> projects can be found on https://mlir.llvm.org/getting_started/openprojects/. I
> suggest adding these projects (including some more background information) to
> our common list, just like other sub-projects do.
We have done it both ways before: https://llvm.org/OpenProjects.html#subprojects
TBH, I don't know what is better though.
> > On 23. Dec 2019, at 11:00, Anton Korobeynikov via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> > Dear prospective LLVM GSoC Mentors,
> > The organization application period for GSoC 2020 will open on
> > January, 14. This means that we're having some time to prepare the
> > list of project ideas for the next year.
> > When proposing the project please keep in mind the following criteria:
> > 1. The project should serve both LLVM as a project and provide the
> > relevant LLVM knowledge to the student.
> > 2. The project should contribute directly to LLVM, clang or LLVM
> > compiler infrastructure subproject (e.g. not related to some
> > out-of-tree 3rd party project just using LLVM).
> > 3. There should be well-defined scope of the project and some set of
> > "deliverables" at the end of the project.
> > 4. The project should be either developed in the LLVM mainline or be
> > ready to be committed to LLVM at the end of GSoC period.
> > The Open Projects page was just updated to include the necessary
> > boilerplate, so feel free to propose the projects there.
> > Thanks!
> > --
> > With best regards, Anton Korobeynikov
> > Department of Statistical Modelling, Saint Petersburg State University
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