That's true, Anaconda install libraries in its own environment but I install all libraries in native python, not anaconda and still have the error.
You can find all the conda libraries at this location: C:\Users[USERNAME]\Anaconda3\Lib\site-packages
And Python libraries at this location: C:\Users[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\Programs\Python[Python version]\Lib\site-packages
Or you choose to follow the steps to find out the location of the installed packages:
You now have the package's location
@Spnetic-5 A proposal can be of any length but it has to be good in terms of content that is being provided, your knowledge of the subject and the project you are submitting a proposal for. It will always be good to write a proposal keeping the perspective of a mentor. Nonetheless, you can learn more about writing a proposal from the following links:
Sample of GSoC Proposal:
@ThChatz, you can write a proposal and mail it to the mentors of the project. In that sense, not only your proposal would be reviewed but also would save a lot of your and their time. The best part about this approach is that the mentors will give you feedback that will help you improve your proposal in terms of content and representability.
You can find the email ids of the mentors of your project from this link:
Hope this helps :)
Hey @abhishek-ep19, raising a PR is an emblem that you have gone through the code base and are willing to contribute to its enhancement. It is always a good gesture and it adds on if you do so. However, if you have worked on the project that you are applying for and mention things related to research that you have done would be of equal importance. In the end, it is about how you are contributing to the organisation and how are you willing to keep doing it.
Are we supposed to install the build tools for RoboComp separately?
I don't think so. Why?