Oh, that's a nice question, thanks for asking! I've changed the subject, since it might be interesting to other projects, as well. Since this project is completely new. there will obviously be no evaluation based on previous involvement with the project. Therefore, the only piece of information that will be used for evaluating the proposals will be the submitted application. Things that will be considered in the evaluation: - demonstrated understanding of the problem. The more information provided that shows you have thought about the problem, considered different aspects, etc., the better. Copying other people words from the problem description or emails in this list does NOT give you extra points. - interesting and correct proposed solution, described in detail. I've already mentioned more than once my strong preference towards simple solutions, avoiding unnecessary complexities - clear, detailed, and realistic timetable of the implementation - stated (and even better, demonstrated) experience with the technologies proposed to be used Things that will NOT have any effect on your evaluation: - irrelevant information that may be present in your submission, such as name, gender, age, email address, nationality, hobbies, ... - when the application was submitted (before the deadline, obviously). There is no advantage in submitting early (or late). It should be made clear that, even if you submit the "best" application for a project, you might not be eventually selected for GSoC. This is inherent from the way GSoC works, since the allocated "slots" are decided by Google afterwards. So the whole project might not get selected for implementation. On Mon, Mar 29, 2021, at 00:57, Muhammad Ali wrote: > Hi Alexios! > > I've read the thread for PackageInfo webapp and I really appreciate > that you have clarified the scope of the project nicely. > > One thing that I would like to ask is that since there are several > students who want to pursue this fairly simple project what would be > the differentiating factors for the successful proposal? The reason I > am asking this question is that students are limited to a maximum of > three proposals and most of us would like to apply to projects > carefully so as to maximize the likelihood of getting accepted. > > I would really appreciate some more color on this aspect. > > Thanks & Regards > Muhammad Ali > > ---- > Λαμβάνετε αυτό το μήνυμα απο την λίστα: Λίστα αλληλογραφίας και > συζητήσεων που απευθύνεται σε φοιτητές developers \& mentors έργων του > Google Summer of Code - A discussion list for student developers and > mentors of Google Summer of Code projects., > https://lists.ellak.gr/gsoc-developers/listinfo.html > Μπορείτε να απεγγραφείτε από τη λίστα στέλνοντας κενό μήνυμα ηλ. > ταχυδρομείου στη διεύθυνση <gsoc-developers+unsubscribe [ at ] ellak [ dot ] gr > <mailto:gsoc-developers%2Bunsubscribe%40ellak.gr>>. > -- -- zvr -
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