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Shaistha Fathima
@shaistha24

Hello Everyone! I am Shaistha Fathima from India. Currently, MCA 2nd yr student. I am interested in total 4 project ideas listed on the idea page but would like to interact with the mentors to cut it down to one or two proposals. Is it ok to contact the mentors directly for such cases?

Another question: I would like to begin making contributions to the RoboComp, could you please suggest any good issues wrt to the GSOC. Thank you.

A little amount me:
I am AI and Cybersecurity enthusiast with my interest mainly inclining towards computer vision, signal processing, federated learning, and differential privacy. It's mostly self-learned also, I have completed my Computer Vision Nanodegree from Udacity (scholarship as per SPAI challenge) and currently enrolled in Advanced Data Science with IBM Coursera course. My most recent project - group project is (part of Udacity Intel Edge challenge) on speaker diariazation and user segmentation using Kaldi.

Kaviya Periyasamy
@KaviyaPeriyasamy
@pilarbachiller Thanks, can, I get your mail ID?
Anuj Godase
@1byxero
Hi All,

I am graduate student at Indiana University, pursuing computer science with specialization in AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning. I work as a research assistant at IU and my research focuses on domain of graph neural networks. I have good deep learning background and have done some projects! I also have been learning computer vision(deep learning as well as the traditional techniques) this semester. I am working on 3d semantic segmentation problem currently for a computer vision course.
I am looking forward to contribute to one of the projects from following list

  1. Efficient acceptable social behaviour using machine learning techniques
  2. Hand gesture recognition
  3. DNN’s for precise manipulation of household objects
  4. Integration of an emotion recognition component in RoboComp

I hope I am not late to this party!
I will have a look at these ideas, contact the mentors!
Everyone stay safe during these times of pandemic!

I think I will have a chat with the mentors to narrow it down to one proposal!
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Please @KaviyaPeriyasamy , read the FAQ and GSoC General information on applications. https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/faq2020 and https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/ideas/
Piyush Verma
@piyushverma001
Hello Everyone,
I am an Electrical Engineering student with strong background in computer vision, deep learning and hardware integrations. I am interested in contributing for 'Hand Gesture Recognition' I have been working on hand gesture recognitions for past 6 months as a part of startup. I have been following along the tutorials of Robocomp and am facing some difficulty while creating a new component. While I run the generated python file, it produces an error as SLICE_PATH environment variable was not exported. Using only the default paths. I am relatively new to robocomp, It would be of great help if someone could guide me out.
cheers,
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
@piyushverma001 This is not an error, just information. The component looks for that variable and if it doesn't find it will look in the installation path (/opt/robocomp/interfaces)
Piyush Verma
@piyushverma001
@orensbruli Thanks for your reply. But the component doesn't seem to do any thing after that, it just quits. I also checked my port numbers which seems to be fine.
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
What component are you trying to start? I think you would need to do some debugging.
vartika411
@vartika411
hi,I am Vartika Agrawal ,2nd year computer science student at JECRC Jaipur. I am very much interested in machine learning specially in neural networks. I want to learn a lot about it as I am still at learning stage so want to contribute in mainly two projects , 4.Efficient acceptable social behavior using machine learning techniques and 8.Hand gesture recognition. I have completed basic ml and have gone through VCS tutorial. Please guide me further.
Pilar Bachiller
@pilarbachiller
@KaviyaPeriyasamy You can find the email address of all the mentors at https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/ideas/
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Please @vartika411 , read the FAQ and GSoC General information on applications. https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/faq2020 and https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/ideas/
Piyush Verma
@piyushverma001
@orensbruli Thanks Got it. It was just a silly mistake in directory location!
Kaviya Periyasamy
@KaviyaPeriyasamy
Thanks @orensbruli
Thanks @pilarbachiller
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
My advice would be to make a more descriptive proposal than a bunch of links. If the mentors of your project can read it without having to navigate several links it would be easier for them and better for you. Of course, you can use the tools that you want, and the links to be able to check the projects you have worked on will be welcomed. But, in my opinion, doing your proposal only with links would be a bit daring approach. Anyway, each project can have its own requisites, so the best way would be to directly ask the mentors of the Ideas you are interested in.
Ravi charan
@RavicharanN

Hello!

I am a senior year undergraduate scholar pursuing my Bachelor in Information Technology from IIIT Allahabad, India. I was going through the list of proposed projects by RoboComp for GSoC'20 and found the proposed project Human Recognition using Multi-modal perception really intriguing. I have my fair share of experience in the proposed domain and in the project stack as I previously, as a part of my academic project, worked on the Speech and Gesture-based Multimodal Recognition of the Social Humanoid Nao. I was also previously a part of the Google Summer of Code'18 program wherein I worked on improving the Group Theory module of Sympy, a Python library for symbolic mathematics.

I tried to get in touch with the mentors of the project via email, but that didn't seem to work. Is there an alternative way I can contact them before I start working on my proposal? Thank you! :D

vipulgarg1998
@vipulgarg1998
Hello all, I would like to contribute to RoboComp, I am a fourth-year undergraduate at Delhi Technological University, India.
I am interested in "Development of graphical user interfaces for robot controlling and monitoring".
It would be great if anyone can help me with how to contribute to this idea.
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Please @vipulgarg1998, read the FAQ and GSoC General information on applications. https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/faq2020 and https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/ideas/
@RavicharanN when did you send the email to mentors?
hugoziviani
@hugoziviani
Hello guys, I'm Hugo, at this moment, I got some experience in Computer Vision (OpenCv), and I'm starting with ROS, do you guys think my little experience is enough to join the group? I got c++ and python experience.
Piyush Verma
@piyushverma001
@hugoziviani I believe everyone here is to learn something from the community and contribute simultaneously. You are most welcome!
hugoziviani
@hugoziviani
Thanks a lot! I'm grateful
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Hello @hugoziviani , you are welcome. Read the FAQ and GSoC General information on applications https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/faq2020 and https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/ideas/
Follow the tutorials and that will give you a better understanding of what are the minimum knowledge you will need for almost every of the suggested Ideas for GSoC 2020.
hugoziviani
@hugoziviani
Thanks to answer me. I'm glad. I'm reading this at this moment. Cheers.
hugoziviani
@hugoziviani

Hello, the installation was fine, but running the example I've got an error:

hz@hzPc:~/Documents/robocomp/files/innermodel$ rcis simpleworld.xml
-! 03/20/20 15:07:10.132 rcis: warning: deprecated property: Ice.ACM.Client

-! 03/20/20 15:07:10.133 rcis: warning: deprecated property: Ice.ACM.Server

--- FCL_SUPPORT: 0

Warning: STORM not found. RCISMousePicker topic will NOT be published
InnerModelReader: reading simpleworld.xml
laser: laser, port 10003
/home/hz/Documents/robocomp/tools/rcinnerModelSimulator/src/specificworker.cpp SpecificWorker InnerModel read
Couldn't load texture: /home/robocomp/robocomp/files/osgModels/textures/wood.jpg
double free or corruption (out)
Aborted (core dumped)

What should I do ?
Aditya Ketkar
@adityaketkar
@hugoziviani please make sure your directory structure is appropriate. '/home/robocomp/robocomp/files/osgModels/textures/wood.jpg'. Copying the robocomp directory into itself worked for me, as you can see it's looking for 'files' in /home/robocomp/robocomp', and not '/home/robocomp'
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi
@hugoziviani
First check the directory properly
Second Check you installed everything properly
Third if any of the two not work let me know
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
@hugoziviani, you have downloaded robocomp in Documents, which is not the most common thing. You probably could resolve this with a symlink in your home (man ln). Or you can remove your robocomp installation and do it again in your home directory.
All of you who are here to participate in GSoC 2020 should have read this document by now, right? https://google.github.io/gsocguides/student/writing-a-proposal
Kaviya Periyasamy
@KaviyaPeriyasamy
@orensbruli Yeah, I go through all the elements of the quality proposal will send the draft soon to @pilarbachiller.
hugoziviani
@hugoziviani
Thanks @adityaketkar and @orensbruli , I'm installing again. I say you if its going good.
Dipanwita Guhathakurta
@susiejojo
Are we expected to write about possible ways to implement the deliverables in the project proposal? If so, in how much depth? or do we just have to propose the ideas we want to implement?
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Hello @susiejojo , probably each project will have different needs, and the mentors will be able to tell you how much depth they want for the description of the deliverables. In my opinion, the better you describe the steps to accomplish the tasks the better feeling I would have about your knowledge of it. It's not about copying and pasting from the internet to fill the proposal it's about telling me what do you know or understand that will make that project to be a success.
Dipanwita Guhathakurta
@susiejojo
thanks so much @orensbruli I will try to explain what I've understood of the project so far
Piyush Verma
@piyushverma001
is there any way to contact the mentors other than emails. I mailed my mentor two days back and I haven't received any response yet.
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
No, there's no other way. But @piyushverma001 it's weekend and we are on that GSoC period of time when we receive dozens of proposals and questions in our emails. You'll have to be patient. If you don't get an answer in a couple more days, write an email again.
hugoziviani
@hugoziviani
@orensbruli and @adityaketkar now I got correctly the installation, it was like you told me, just the incorrect way path. I go throw the tutorials. Thanks.
hugoziviani
@hugoziviani

People, I've got an other error trying to create a new component. I tried with sudo and without sudo. Below the command line error.

(.robVenv) hz@hzPc:~/robocomp/components/pycomp$ robocompdsl py.cdsl
Generating dummy CDSL file: py.cdsl
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/robocomp/bin/robocompdsl", line 530, in <module>
app = main()
File "/opt/robocomp/bin/robocompdsl", line 310, in main
generateDummyCDSL(args.input_file)
File "/opt/robocomp/bin/robocompdsl", line 180, in generateDummyCDSL
open(path, "w").write(string)
PermissionError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: 'py.cdsl'
(.robVenv) hz@hzPc:~/robocomp/components/pycomp$ sudo robocompdsl py.cdsl
sudo: robocompdsl: command not found

Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
probably you created py.cdsl as root.
check the output with ls -lah py.cdsl
if this is the problem you can change the ownership of the file with sudo chown $USER:$USER py.cdsl
Kaviya Periyasamy
@KaviyaPeriyasamy
@pilarbachiller I completed the environmental setup for LearnBlock and started working on creating repeat block. Shall I give the PR or share my screenshots of the code written?
Ravi charan
@RavicharanN

@orensbruli Sorry, I haven't checked the Gitter Channel in the last few days.

I've mailed the mentors a week ago. I sent a mail to Diego Farria and Aditya Aggrawal. Aditya did reply to me 2 days ago though.

Aditya Aggarwal
@adityaaggarwal97
As already mentioned by @orensbruli we are receiving a number of proposals and emails these days. So I would request everyone to complete their proposals early. This will give you ample time to take the feedback from the respective mentors and incorporate them into your final proposal. It will be difficult for the mentors to review it or answer your queries at the last minute.
Pilar Bachiller
@pilarbachiller
@KaviyaPeriyasamy you better include a link to your fork in your proposal
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
Hello everyone. The gsoc timeline has been updated. You should make changes in your proposal accordingly.