install_so_files.shbefore running test and again when you modify c++ files of customs ops
Hey, I was wondering how are we going to avoid overlapping contributions with TF models? Are TF Addons contributions supposed to be different than TF models?
When you open an issue in github for a feature request for the model that you want to add in TFA then one of the core maintainers of TFA will label the issue as
ecosystem-review. Then from google someone will review whether the model is in their roadmap or not if not then it'll may approved as a
More in detail see this specific comment with the next one https://github.com/tensorflow/addons/issues/2201#issuecomment-757019509
__setattr__of the LookAhead to set learning rate of the internal optimizer. Maybe we could do that for all the wrappers by introducing a Mixin of a sort and letting the wrappers inherit that?
Hey @seanpmorgan @bhack,
As I was going through the "TensorFlow Project Ideas" document for google summer of code when I noticed that TF Addons was listed under the propose your own idea section.
I was wondering what projects/tasks I could propose that would be beneficial for TFAddons. I would love to hear your suggestions on possible projects that I could work on. I remember @seanpmorgan talking about custom ops during the last SIG meeting and how it could be an interesting task for a university student which fits my interests.
So far I have only made minor changes/fixes, however, I would be more than happy to tackle a challenging task :)
Last year I've applied for GSOC but I didn't hear anything from TF team . It was written that kindly mail your drafted proposal so that we can assign you the Mentor to refine your proposal. But unluckily I've mailed them but I didn't got any reply. So, this year I want to discuss about my project Ideas with mentor. So that I'll include only those things which are relevant to TF ecosystem.
You can try to post in https://groups.google.com/a/tensorflow.org/g/developers
@seanpmorgan It will be great if we have a list of checks(all possible CI checks) with required package versions used in CI available in the repo for development purpose.
This will reduce the commit counts.
black --check addons flake8 addons
I am not sure whether it is already in place or not. :-)