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Aniket Mathur
@Aniket21mathur
@Yudhishthira1406 I will have a look at it today. Thanks!
1 reply
wakkwsy
@wsy727701
@mppf @Aniket21mathur Hi, I have submitted a draft proposal for Go-style channels. May you take some time to have a look and offer some suggestions? Thanks a lot.
2 replies
Theodoros Katzalis
@thodkatz
@mppf , @e-kayrakli , @mstrout Hi! Sorry for the ping, I just wanted to express my interest, in my turn, of receiving feedback for the proposal, only if time allows of course. Thank you.
manish kumar srivastava
@SociallyAwake
@mppf @Aniket21mathur, I have submitted a draft proposal for Go-style channels. It will be great if you have a look at it and offer some feedback.
1 reply
Aniket Mathur
@Aniket21mathur
@wsy727701 @000c000l sure! I will have a look at it.
Engin Kayraklioglu
@e-kayrakli
@thodkatz @lkmeta — I have posted some comments on your drafts
2 replies
Aryamaan jain
@strikeraryu
@e-kayrakli If you get time please have a look at my draft, It's on Bioinformatics Benchmarks. Thank you.
Michael Ferguson
@mppf
@wsy727701 @000c000l and anybody else submitting for the Go-Style Channels project - it will help your proposals if you can demonstrate understanding of both Go Channels and of Chapel. One way you can do that is to offer some high-level examples of what Go Channels would look like to use from Chapel and/or what functions the module would provide. You can make a "sketch" of what it might look like. Of course what we end up with will probably be different - (based on experience and feedback) - but you can make a "sketch" to demonstrate your understanding.
Mohammed Sharfuddin
@CaptainSharf
Hi, @e-kayrakli , I have submitted a draft proposal for Enhancing the Chapel Linear Algebra Module . Could you please take a look at that and share your feedback?
I would also like to tag Garvit Dewan and Damian McGuckin to review my draft proposal but can't seem to find their gitter handles. Anyone knows their gitter handles?
2 replies
mohaned mashaly
@12mohaned
@mppf @Aniket21mathur , I have submitted a draft proposal. I would appreciate it, if someone have a look at it. Thanks in advance.
Engin Kayraklioglu
@e-kayrakli
@strikeraryu — I reviewed your draft
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wakkwsy
@wsy727701
@mppf I really appreciate your suggestions. Now I've read your comments and made some changes in my draft proposal. Could you please help to check it and offer some feedback? Much thanks!
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Prashanth Duvvuri
@prashanth018
@mppf I have submitted draft proposals, would you mind taking a look at them and offer some feedback? thanks.
1 reply
yixinDu
@yixinDu
@mppf , @e-kayrakli , @mstrout , @lydia-duncan Hi! I have submitted a draft proposal for I/O performance. It will be great if you have a look at it and offer some feedback.
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Shubham Kumar
@shubhamkmr04
@mppf I have submitted my draft proposal, please share your valuable feedback on it, thanks
aniketdhole07
@aniketdhole07
Hello , I have submitted my draft proposal for 'Matrix Exponentials' on GSOC can I get a feedback, but I can't find the project mentors Nikhil Padmanabhan and Garvit Dewan on Gitter.
Ayush Agrawal
@ayuagrawal
Don't worry @aniketdhole07, I think mentors will receive an email when students submit their proposals. Best of luck!
Vaibhav Sethia
@vrockz747
@mppf, I have submitted my draft proposal, It will be really helpful if you could provide feedback on it.
Divye Nayyar
@Yudhishthira1406
@mppf @Aniket21mathur I have submitted a draft proposal for the Go-style Channels project. Pleasehave a look and share your feedback and suggestions. Thanks!
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Michael Ferguson
@mppf
If you have requested feedback on your proposal and are still waiting - we are working on it. Soon, we will no longer be able to provide feedback on proposals for lack of time.
Piyush Gupta
@piyush0411
@Aniket21mathur @lydia-duncan I have submitted my draft proposal. Kindly have a look to it and provide your feedback.
Mohammed Sharfuddin
@CaptainSharf
Hi @mppf , Looks like I can't participate in the gsoc program this year due to visa restrictions, apologies for the inconvenience. I'll be deleting my proposal. I'll keep contributing to the Linear Algebra module. Interested folks can reach out to me. Good luck to everyone else applying for Gsoc this year!
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Michael Ferguson
@mppf
We'll try to get to giving feedback for proposals if that is requested before 8 PM Pacific time today (i.e. in 10 hours). Even so, we might not have time to give feedback on all the proposals where it is requested.
Ayush Agrawal
@ayuagrawal
Hey @CaptainSharf, I was watching the repository and I see you a made good progress. It is nice to have you. There is mail on llvm-dev that HPE Cray is hiring for three different positions(remote) in compiler domain. You should apply there. Here is the mail -
https://lists.llvm.org/pipermail/llvm-dev/2021-April/149742.html. I am not completely sure if it will be Chapel related.
Ayush Agrawal
@ayuagrawal
If you are interested and need any kind of help in understanding LLVM. I am happy to do so.
Mohammed Sharfuddin
@CaptainSharf
Thanks @ayuagrawal !
Aniket Mathur
@Aniket21mathur
Just a reminder to all students, please don't forget to submit your final proposals(Not drafts) before deadline.
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Venkatavaradan R
@Venkatavaradan-R
Hi!
I know it's a bit late for this, on the interspersed sections project on the chapel GSoC page, under Getting started, The chpldoc documentation links to the issue, but it should link here.
Lydia Duncan
@lydia-duncan
D’oh! Thanks for noticing
Lakshya Singh
@king-11
has the result been released ?
Michael Ferguson
@mppf
AFAIK the announcement should happen if 15 minutes or so.
Lakshya Singh
@king-11
ohh i got to know some orgs got result sooner
Theodoros Katzalis
@thodkatz
I got already a rejection email. I hope the best of luck for the selected gsoc students!!
Shubham Kumar
@shubhamkmr04
I have already got an email from GSoC. My proposal was not accepted too
Lydia Duncan
@lydia-duncan
We had a lot of great proposals, and even accepted more than we thought we were going to be able to, but unfortunately we could not accept every excellent student. Thanks to everyone who applied and congratulations to those that were accepted!
Theodoros Katzalis
@thodkatz
I think now the projects are visible to the website. Congrats to the successful ones!
Michael Ferguson
@mppf
Yes. I’d like to echo @lydia-duncan - we had many great proposals and it was difficult to choose just 3 students to accept. Congratulations @Yudhishthira1406 @king-11 and @prashanth018 !
Lakshya Singh
@king-11
Thanks a lot @mppf I look forward to an amazing season of code under Chapel and congratulations @Yudhishthira1406 @prashanth018
R Chinmay
@rchinmay
Congratulations @king-11 @Yudhishthira1406 @prashanth018
Divye Nayyar
@Yudhishthira1406
Thanks @mppf @Aniket21mathur and @lydia-duncan and congratulations @king-11 @prashanth018
Ankush Bhardwaj
@ankingcodes
Congrats @king-11 @Yudhishthira1406 @prashanth018. Looking forward to work with you this summer !
Aniket Mathur
@Aniket21mathur
Congratulations @king-11 @Yudhishthira1406 @prashanth018 ❤️❤️.
Krishna Kumar Dey
@krishnadey30
Congratulations @king-11 @prashanth018 @Yudhishthira1406
Prashanth Duvvuri
@prashanth018
Thanks @krishnadey30 @Aniket21mathur @ankingcodes @Yudhishthira1406 @king-11
Special thanks to @mppf @lydia-duncan for helping me throughout the process since Jan.
Congrats @king-11 @Yudhishthira1406
ConDai
@ConDai
Congrats! @king-11 @Yudhishthira1406 @prashanth018
TongXU
@tt-leader
Congrats @king-11 @Yudhishthira1406 @prashanth018 !!
Michael Ferguson
@mppf
Everybody who applied to the Chapel project this year might be interested in attending our project’s online conference next Friday - see https://chapel-lang.org/CHIUW2021.html
Lakshya Singh
@king-11
I recently wrote an article on my pre GSOC journey with Chapel I hope can be useful to others as well :). https://blog.manlakshya.tech/guide-google-summer-of-code
Michelle Strout
@mstrout

Hello all,

The Chapel Team will not be participating in GSoC 2022. We hope you all will consider looking for ways to contribute to Chapel anyway. We always appreciate the interaction with people interested in applying Chapel to their parallel programming challenges, fixing issues, or even just learning the language. Here are some of the activities we are planning for 2022.

  • The CHIUW (Chapel Implementers and Users Workshop) call for papers and talks has been posted at https://chapel-lang.org/CHIUW2022.html. Consider submitting a paper or talk for this year. Or just plan on attending. It will be virtual again this year and FREE!

  • Identify open-source software that is used often in a community and consider how Chapel could help provide across node or in-node parallelism. As some examples, Rebound (https://rebound.readthedocs.io/) is popular for computing orbital trajectories in Astronomy, and https://pangeo.io/ for storing arrays of data in geosciences.

  • If you have been a GSoC mentor with us in the past, or were hoping to be so this year, we are considering putting together a Chapel mentoring resource where people can apply to have a Chapel mentor help them use Chapel to solve their problems. Let us know if you are interested in joining the conversation about such a program.

  • We plan to run an Advent of Code group for 2022. If you are interested, you could work through the 2021 Advent of Code problems, share your code, ask questions in the discourse (https://chapel.discourse.group/), and check out some of the solutions that have become part of our test suite.

Thank you for your interest in and contributions to Chapel!

Michelle