@gargvivek919 This is a public open source channel, this type of hostile language and behavior is not allowed in this healthy space. If you're not satisfied with anyone's reply, such abusive language should not be used to dismiss them. I will definitely discuss your case with the org admins.
@adityaaggarwal97 :Exactly , these people not know how to behave in community. I guaranted such person can't be Gsocer . Interaction with community is also important part of GSoC. I am also the mentor this year
@gargvivek919 If what you wanted was attention from mentors and administrators of the organization, you got it.
First, this is an open channel in which people from many countries and with many different languages participate. Out of respect and for a good understanding of everyone it has been agreed that we all speak in English.
Second, because of the little I have been able to understand of your previous message, I absolutely agree with what you have already been told by @adityaaggarwal97 (who by the way is the mentor of that project you were interested in) and above all, you are wrong to think that here everyone should mind their own business. This is an open project, you have come to this channel to ask for help, and someone has invested his time in offering you what he thought could be useful to you. If it is not the answer you were looking for, specify and we will try to guide you. But perhaps reading the basic documents about participating in Robocomp for the GSoC would have saved you this situation that will surely not benefit you. If you wanted to contact a mentor, you have the list of contacts on the Ideas for GSoC 2020 page and instructions on how to proceed in the FAQ on the same page.
@orensbruli : Wow ! Your words make @gargvivek919 that message deleted. What an effect ! Nice Keep it up