[R] Google Summer of Code 2021

Spencer Graves @pencer@gr@ve@ @end|ng |rom e||ect|vede|en@e@org
Tue Dec 8 21:15:26 CET 2020

Hello, Aarnob Guha:

	  I'm not sure, but r-devel using r-project.org might be a better list for 
this question.

	  Over two years ago, I responded to a "Call For Proposals" from the R 
Consortium suggesting a project to improve the capabilities for 
searching R packages.  That proposal was not funded, but documentation 
of the basic idea is still available:


	  See also:


	  Hope this helps.
	  Spencer Graves

On 2020-12-08 03:09, Aarnob Guha wrote:
> Dear R Project for Statistical Computing,
> My name is Aarnob Guha and I am very enthusiastic about participating in
> Google Summer of Code in 2021. I've been going through past projects in the
> Google Summer of Code archives for this organisation and I was curious as
> to whether R Project for Statistical Computing has any projects planned for
> 2021? If so, I was curious as to what these projects might be so that I can
> get an idea of what I need to learn in order to adequately do well in the
> project if I end up doing it. If you are ok with disclosing it that is.
> Otherwise, it is also fine. Thank you.
> Also, I wasn't particularly sure which mailing list to send this email to,
> so I just sent it to the general 'help' mailing list. I apologise for any
> inconvenience caused by this.
> Kind Regards,
> Aarnob Guha.
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