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From Josh Elser <josh.el...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Accumulo Google Summer of Code
Date Sun, 28 Apr 2013 14:16:50 GMT
Mohamed,

For future reference, please use dev@accumulo.apache.org or 
user@accumulo.apache.org for such questions. While there is a project 
lead, nearly all pieces of Apache Accumulo operation are handled by the 
group as a whole.

Looking at the timeline for GSOC, you have until this Friday to submit 
an application. Also look at the following for more information [1], [2].

As you gathered, we tried to mark some tickets we already had created as 
good candidates for students to work on; however, these are not at all 
binding of what you could work on (in fact, I might encourage you to 
think outside of the box).

dev@a.a.o is probably the best list for you to use as you work through 
your proposal, asking the community what constitute a good GSOC project.

Thanks for reaching out!

- Josh

[1] http://en.flossmanuals.net/GSoCStudentGuide/
[2] http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/homepage/google/gsoc2013

On 04/28/2013 01:57 AM, Mohamed Bakkar wrote:
> Hello all!
>
> I just found out about the Google Summer of Code project, and though 
> it may be late in the game for applying and familiarizing myself with 
> the community, the one project that piqued my interest was Accumulo. 
> I've always been interested in data structures, and I've wanted to 
> learn more about databases. I'd actually heard of BigTable a couple 
> years ago, but was disappointed that it was closed source. I had no 
> idea projects like this existed and that Google released their design 
> way back in 2006.
>
> Sorry if this e-mail placement is odd. It seems you guys working on 
> Accumulo stress an 'equal community' so it doesn't appear as though 
> there are designated project leaders. However, I noticed that you all 
> reported issues (or rather proposals for functionality) as ideas for 
> GSoC projects. I'd lack to tackle a few of those ideas.
>
> Thank you all for reading,
>
> Mohamed


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