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internships, and class-taking. Be specific about schedules and time commitments. we would like to be sure you have
 
internships, and class-taking. Be specific about schedules and time commitments. we would like to be sure you have
 
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[[Category:GSoC 2019 student proposals|AMR-KELEG]]

Revision as of 10:24, 21 March 2019

Name: E-mail address: Other information that may be useful to contact you (e.g. IRC):

Why is it that you are interested in Apertium?

Which of the published tasks are you interested in? What do you plan to do?

Include a proposal, including

   * a title,
   * reasons why Google and Apertium should sponsor it,
   * a description of how and who it will benefit in society,
   * and a detailed work plan (including, if possible, a schedule with milestones and deliverables).

Work plan

  • Week 1:
  • Week 2:
  • Week 3:
  • Week 4:
  • Deliverable #1
  • Week 5:
  • Week 6:
  • Week 7:
  • Week 8:
  • Deliverable #2
  • Week 9:
  • Week 10:
  • Week 11:
  • Week 12:
  • Project completed

Include time needed to think, to program, to document and to disseminate.

If you are intending to disseminate to a conference, which conference are you intending to submit to. Make sure to factor in time taken to run any experiments/evaluations and write them up in your work plan.

List your skills and give evidence of your qualifications. Tell us what is your current field of study, major, etc. Convince us that you can do the work.

List any non-Summer-of-Code plans you have for the Summer, especially employment, if you are applying for internships, and class-taking. Be specific about schedules and time commitments. we would like to be sure you have at least 30 free hours a week to develop for our project.

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