[R] Google Summer of Code 2021
J C Nash
pro|jcn@@h @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Tue Dec 8 21:36:05 CET 2020
has been set up, but is NOT up to date as Google has announced changes
to the project structure, essentially making them half the size. That actually
fits with some work I'd like to see done to try to consolidate packages nlsr
and minpack.lm into an improved nls(). nls() is now getting quite ancient
and some fixes I've already proposed seem to be on their way into base R.
However, figuring out how to do these nicely so that legacy code is
preserved needs at least two pairs of eyes to find suitable patches. I'm
sure there are plenty of other projects of this type, and useRs are
encouraged to work up proposals.
I've sent a msg to some of the people who have been involved and am
waiting for a reply. I was co-admin in 2010 with Claudia Beleites, and
am considering upping my effort while things are locked down.
On 2020-12-08 4:09 a.m., 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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