GSoC Eiligibility Issue
joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Fri May 3 13:39:10 UTC 2013
On 5/2/2013 10:47 PM, dinesh thangavel wrote:
> I have been accepted for Master's Program in University of
> Wisconsin-Madison for Fall'13. As accepted students can participate in
> GSoC, I was interested in it. I will enter United States with F1 Visa
> by August. After consulting with my University's ISS I came to know
> that I do not have work permit in US during August-September. So, I
> cannot participate in this GSoC Edition.
I am glad you are interested in RTEMS and GSOC but
only the Google OSPO can answer an eligibility question.
Carol Smith will likely answer this on that mailing list.
At this point, I would say apply while waiting for an answer.
The deadline is too close to do otherwise. We can always
ignore the application later. But if you are eligible, then you
must have one in.
will answer most eligibility questions.
> I was planning to work on Classic Condition Variable APIs. I would
> like thank all the people who helped me with my doubts in mailing list
> and IRC.
> Since I am not eligible for GSoC, If that project will not be
> assigned to any student,I am happy to work on it.
> Dinesh Rathinasamy Thangavel.
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> rtems-devel at rtems.org
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