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    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata

    What is the status of the proposals that we had sent? Should we start working on proposals?

    At this stage, many projects are still evaluating candidates, and some are very popular, so mentors are doing their best. In case they advised you to write a proposal already, they will probably give you feedback, just ask them.

    Amish Mittal
    @fliptrail
    Hi, I don't know if this is the correct place to ask this, but I wanted to know about what I could do if I have not received a reply from ML4SCI while requesting an evaluation task? (Just asking this here seeing the close relation between HSF and ML4SCI). Thank you
    Aman Verma
    @Aman027
    Have zfit 's results for evaluation tests been declared?
    2 replies
    Perisetti Sai Ram Mohan Rao
    @psairammohan
    is the feedback of evaluation assignment declared for Root-Automatic conversion of data stored in TTree form to RNTuple declared? mentors are not replying to my mail does this mean that I am disqualified?
    Anirudh Prabhakaran
    @anirudhprabhakaran3
    Has anyone got feedback regarding MCnet projects?
    Sagnik Mukherjee
    @Sagnik220
    Hi I applied for Zfit project and after evaluation they said I do not a have a good chance as there were many candidates who gave better solution to the task assigned.
    I would really appreciate if someone who got their feedback on their solutions as great to share them with me as I want to learn from what I did wrong
    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata
    Hi @Sagnik220 , please write this to the mentors, asking them what you did wrong and what is the solution considered the good one
    Anirudh Prabhakaran
    @anirudhprabhakaran3
    I haven't received any feedback to my mail. What could be the reason?
    Xavier Valls
    @xvallspl
    The reason you are not receiving any feedback is probably that there are too many applicants for the project and the mentors don't have enough time to process all the requests
    2 replies
    sajen sarvajith
    @sajenjeshan1222
    is there any specific format for the proposal or we can follow the general gsoc proposal format ?
    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata
    @sajenjeshan1222 See point 5 in this guideline that is accessible from the "For Students" section of our page. We do not give a template, but what kind of information is expected. Note that what is appreciated is your own ideas and plan, avoid giving information that is not relevant for the project you want to work on.
    @fliptrail you should ask the ML4SCI admins, it is a different umbrella organization and has its own internal rules
    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata
    @psairammohan Mentors evaluate at their pace because there are many candidates this year. Everyone who submitted a response to the evaluation assignment should eventually get an answer. Passing the assignment highly increases the chances to be eventually selected for the project idea. You can always propose a project for a given idea, but mentors may not have the possibility to give you feedback, in particular if you did not complete the assignment.
    Mario Robert D'Ambrosio
    @metypes
    Hello all!
    I just found out about the dl these last 3 days, as I forgot GSoC would be this time but the next weeks, do you know if its still possible to send in an idea for some of the projects and get the evaluation task or is it now too late?
    I was particularly interested in the deep autoencoders for the ATLAS track, perhaps if there is still room for submissions I'd like to know which ones I should be applying to to stand a chance of being reviewed as I see multiple students haven't received any feedback on multiple other tracks.
    Thanks a lot
    Best,
    M
    kritarthmehra
    @kritarthmehra
    I have the same question^^
    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata
    Hi, there are still projects receiving applications, but we do not have a list. You have to write to the mentors and hope they will have time to send you an answer since it is quite late.
    Mario Robert D'Ambrosio
    @metypes
    ok, thanks. I hope that space can be squeezed out
    SATYAM ROY
    @satyamroy001
    hello all can I still send proposal to mentors, as it seems phase 1 of selection is over please help me I am experienced gantry developer with simulation expert
    Mario Robert D'Ambrosio
    @metypes
    Hi!
    Yes, I have asked a few days ago and received a reply.
    As there are many applicants I do not know how many chances we have, that said the new dl for the exercises is April 6th I was told by mail.
    Please apply and write an email in which you apologize and are willing to take the test and you shall be given a chance (I presume), also perhaps put your CV in your mail as it may help in getting a reply if you've had experience with this already.
    Have a nice easter !
    Best,
    M R D
    Rachitt Shah
    @godslayer201

    Hey everyone,

    Would CERN-HSF be taking part in GSoD 2021?

    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata

    Hey everyone,

    Would CERN-HSF be taking part in GSoD 2021?
    Not this year, probably the next one.

    Rohit Kulkarni
    @rohitkulkarni22
    Hi everyone! My name is Rohit, I'm actually new to open source and I want to become a contributor to CERN-HSF org, I have some basic knowledge in coding but what technologies or skills should I learn to contribute to this org
    ?
    Please let me know...
    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata
    Hi @rohitkulkarni22, have a look at CERN-HSF project proposals for this year, this will allow you to get a pretty good idea about the technologies and skills: https://hepsoftwarefoundation.org/activities/gsoc.html#projects-in-2021
    Rohit Kulkarni
    @rohitkulkarni22
    Thank you @agheata, this is helpful.
    sarveshwar22
    @sarveshwar22
    Hi everyone! My name is Sarveshwar Mahapatro. I am new to open source and I want to contribute to CERN-HSF. I do a little bit of competitive coding in C++. Apart from that, I am familiar with basics of machine learning and Web Development(mostly with react). Can someone suggest me some projects and what all should I learn for that?
    Thank you
    Sayandeep Ghosh
    @sayang14
    Hello everyone! My name is Sayandeep Ghosh. I am completely new to open source and I eagerly want to contribute to CERN-HSF. I have also gone through the proposals. I have a litte bit of competitive programming skills in C++ . Apart from that I am also familiar with Java, Python, Kotlin, Web and Android Development. Can someone suggest me how to contribute and what else should I learn for that?
    Sayandeep Ghosh
    @sayang14
    Hello , I am deeply interested to know about the root storage of deep learning models in TMVA, can anyone tell me if I can see any project codes related to the topic since I was unable to find any github link and the link mentioned in the site redirected me to the same website which I have accessed before? Thank You
    ShivamSingh226
    @ShivamSingh226
    Hello, I am Shivam Singh. I am completely naive to open source contribution. I really want to contribute to CERN HSF Open source. I am pretty much versed with C++, DSA. I have worked with ML models too. Can someone suggest what I need to do in extra to contribute to this community of CERN HSF. I would be really glad to know if anyone can tell me about that. I am eagerly waiting for learned community assistance on this. Thanks in Advance!
    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata
    To contribute to our projects outside the GSoC program, please visit the project sites linked in the project list on https://hepsoftwarefoundation.org/activities/gsoc.html. The relevant repositories are advertised in the available project proposals. Once you are interested in a given project, you can contact by mail the mentors - they may be still work on related topics. You should take your time to go through the resources advertised in a given project and make sure you are really interested before contacting the mentors.
    1 reply
    Sayandeep Ghosh
    @sayang14
    Hi!, recently I have started learning about root and have also clone the official root repository after forking it in github to solve one good first isssue. But when I tried to open it in Visual Studio Code I have installed the root extension and can view the root files but whenever I try to open any python file and try to run it is showing "No Module Named Root". I have also installed root through Ubuntu, after enabling WSL. Can anyone help me as I have no experience in open source contribution before. My operating system is Windows. Should I try to add all the header files of root seperately(one by one) or there is any other way. Thanks in advance!
    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata
    Hi @sayang14, I suggest posting your question on the ROOT forum for specific technical questions about ROOT.
    Sayandeep Ghosh
    @sayang14
    @agheata Thanks a lot, this is really helpful!
    Himanshu Agarkar
    @himanshu-0611
    Hello everybody! I am new to open source contribution except I do know how to use Git/GitHub and have contributed in correcting some typos. I do have knowledge of C/C++ languages and basic Python. I really want to contribute to CERN-HSF as Computer Science and Physics are both the fields of my interest. But the thing is, I do not understand the issues of an organization when I go to the issues section in GitHub. Can someone please suggest to me what should I do/learn first to get started with my open source contribution. It will mean a lot to me. Thank you.
    Manpreet Singh
    @manpoffc
    Hi guys, I am a graduate student from UTA and I am looking for to contribute to CERN projects. Can anyone help me with the same and give me a head start?
    Thank you :)
    Swagat S. Bhuyan
    @SwagatSBhuyan
    Hello, I'm Swagat from india. Looking forward to contributing to CERN projects. If anyone would be kind enough to guide me in these initial stages of getting the hang of it and starting to contribute, that would be really great. Thanks!
    Andrei Gheata
    @agheata
    :point_up: September 2, 2021 4:03 PM @himanshu-0611 @manpoffc @SwagatSBhuyan see above
    Sayandeep Ghosh
    @sayang14
    Hi!, I want to know whether it will be comfortable to contact the mentors when the GSOC program is not happening. Thanks!
    yugansharora01
    @yugansharora01
    Hi , I want to get started with contributing . Any suggestions on how to start?
    Viren Varma
    @virenvarma007
    My name is Viren Varma, I'm a third year Mechanical major and an IT minor at the National Institute of Technology Karnataka. I am new to open source contributions but I am well versed with python, c/c++ and data analysis and I have worked with big data previously and I would love to contribute to your organization. If possible can you recommend a project or a task to help me get started with contributions?
    Akshat Sahu
    @Akshat2634
    Hello everyone!! I am Akshat Sahu, I'm a 3rd year student from Manipal University Jaipur major in Information Technology. I,m well experienced in python and Machine Learning , data analysis and visualization, I would like to contribute in your organization.Can you please suggest me how should I proceed further?
    Viren Varma
    @virenvarma007
    I'm working on CERN root library and I'm getting this error while setting up the library on Ubuntu Linux 18.04. I use a virtual machine. Can anyone help me out with this error?
    Makefile:151: recipe for target 'all' failed
    make: * [all] Error 2
    I'm getting error while building....on this command
    Desktop/Root CERN/root$ cmake --build . -- -j3
    azmat
    @AZM999
    hello , I am Azmat
    I want to contribute to your organisation
    any advice will be appreciated
    arjun988
    @arjun988
    hello I am arjun ,i am in first year, I know C and C++ at an intermediate level .if anyone is kind enough to pls help me .This is my first open source ,Can you pls help me and suggest me how should i procced? can anyone provide some kind link so that i can contribute ?