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    Jaime Machuca
    @jmachuca77
    Good morning everyone! One more day for students to submit their proposals? Deadline is March 31st, 12:00 (MDT) so hurry up and finalize your proposals and if you have submitted a draft proposal don’t forget to submit a final proposal! Good luck everyone!
    Muhammad Arslan Kabir
    @mikealphakilo_gitlab
    hey what is the possibility that i start working on my proposal today get it accepted ,i was busy with other study activities...Thanks
    i know basic python and c++
    Gokul
    @thelowercaseguy
    Hello everyone. I have submitted my final proposal. Fingers crossed :-) All the best to everyone else as well.
    Muhammad Arslan Kabir
    @mikealphakilo_gitlab
    thanks
    jawad111
    @jawad111
    Hi, my proposal was completed in time but we had an major internet outage. Due to COVID-19 lock-down, the teams that were supposed to fix the issue could not come and repair in time. I would insist that in times of crisis I should be given chance to submit my proposal. Thanks.
    Andrew Tridgell
    @tridge
    @jawad111 you will need to ask google. We don't have any control over the submission process. That is all handled by the GSoC team in google
    jawad111
    @jawad111
    Thank you for your response
    mohamed zaki
    @M_Zaki___twitter
    @jawad111 i had exact same problem
    gmmkmtgk
    @gmmkmtgk
    hello my name is Keshav Maheshwari I want to contribute to this organization
    how can i start
    i cannot find any easy lable tag in git hub repository now how to start
    Rishabh Singh
    @rishabsingh3003
    HI @gmmkmtgk . The tag you're probably talking about is "Good first issue"
    gmmkmtgk
    @gmmkmtgk
    please tell me what exactly
    ArduPilot do?
    and what languages are required
    to solve the issues
    patrickpoirier51
    @patrickpoirier51
    @gmmkmtgk please go to ArduPilot.org , read the wiki and ask questions on forum
    gmmkmtgk
    @gmmkmtgk
    thank you
    gmmkmtgk
    @gmmkmtgk
    @patrickpoirier51 sorry sir I am unable to understand what languages are required to solve the issues and how can I understand the issue and which books and websites i can refer to understand and solve the issues
    gmmkmtgk
    @gmmkmtgk
    i will be pleased if you provide me with course name,links links or name of books etc please guide me should i start with embedded coding i know c++ with one year experience of compitive coding i will be very happy to contribute
    patrickpoirier51
    @patrickpoirier51
    @gmmkmtgk Just like I wrote before, there is plenty of information on the site. More specifically , you can look at he wiki https://ardupilot.org/dev/
    Kadir Doğan
    @kadirdogantr_twitter
    @cohen39 Thank you!
    Hi. Is there any sample algorithm or block diagram for Ardupilot Attitude Estimator? If there is, Can you share me? I couldn't found yet. Thanks.
    Mark Whitehorn
    @kd0aij
    The main attitude estimator is an EKF; some papers are mentioned here:
    Kadir Doğan
    @kadirdogantr_twitter
    @kd0aij thank you
    Ajay Mishra
    @iaeliyen
    I wanted to prepare for GSoc 2021, but here the idea are suggested for this year, and I guess these idea probably be done in this year. My question is to where to look at if right now I don't have any idea?
    Pierre Kancir
    @khancyr
    Hello, 2021 is really far away
    You should start by try the simulator and then on github search for the good first issue on the issues list. That way you have an idea of what we are doing and what can be wrong
    Ajay Mishra
    @iaeliyen
    Thanks :)
    patrickpoirier51
    @patrickpoirier51

    Hello All

    We are now in the Organization Project Selection phase at Google.
    We received a lot of good proposals and we are reviewing them carefully.
    Sadly we won't be able to accept them all but we really appreciate the applications in any case.

    Kareem Kher
    @KareemKher_twitter
    @patrickpoirier51 thank you for the update......can you tell us how many students will be selected for this summer? Or in Google terms, the number of "slots" ardupilot has recieved? Regards
    patrickpoirier51
    @patrickpoirier51
    Well, I have to be cautious here.... Let's say that if someone was looking at our organisation past history with GSoC he could probably extrapolate the numbers ;-)
    Kareem Kher
    @KareemKher_twitter
    Haha :D
    Also can you please tell us the procedure ardupilot follows for selection? Do the relevant mentors sort the applications? Is the application read by multiple mentors, or just one? Is there unified grading scheme.... much thanks for the reply.
    Harsh Pandey
    @brotherlymite
    @KareemKher_twitter You can refer to this blog under ArduPilot Selection Process.
    Hope it helps and best of luck!
    Pierre Kancir
    @khancyr
    yep, what is in the blog post is a good summary on what the selection process is !
    Jaime Machuca
    @jmachuca77
    Good morning every one! just a few hours away before the student selections are revealed. Good Luck to everyone!
    Harsh Pandey
    @brotherlymite
    A few minutes left for the results
    Best of luck to everyone
    Andrew Tridgell
    @tridge
    Congratulations to the 5 students who were successful this year! We had a very good set of applications this year and the selection process was quite difficult. We only have a limited number of mentors available which unfortunately limits how many students we could accept
    Andrew Tridgell
    @tridge
    If any of the sucessful students would like to share their proposals publicly that may help students to put together good applications for next year. Just remove any personal information first if you don't want to share that. It is not at all required to share it, but I think quite a few of the other students would be interested in seeing just how good the applications were.
    Randy Mackay
    @rmackay9
    Thanks again for all the proposals. As Tridge says we had quite a few top quality proposals and it was a really hard choice.
    patrickpoirier51
    @patrickpoirier51
    I am really excited that all the projects we have selected have been accepted by Google. They cover a good spectrum of our development field and offer a good mix of new blood and continuity .
    soldierofhell
    @soldierofhell
    Where can we find accepted list of topics?
    soldierofhell
    @soldierofhell
    Great, good luck!
    Olivier Brousse
    @OlivierJB
    Congrats GSOC students! A bit more info here: https://discuss.ardupilot.org/t/congratulations-gsoc-2020-ardupilot-students/55925 , thanks everyone for your interest!