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Private application template

This part is only meant to be included in your application at Google Melange. Nobody needs to see your contact details in public!

A: An introduction

  • Please give an idea of the timeframe you plan to be
    • working on your project
  I will be avalable for the project from 15 May to 5 August 2017.
    • able to join our IRC channel
  I will be able to join IRC anytime.
  • Do you have other commitments for the summer period? Do you plan to take any vacations?
  • Please describe your written English.
  I am quite good in written English.

C: Contact

  • Please state the (unique and identical where possible) nick you use on IRC and any other communication channel related to Octave.
   on Nabble.
  • Please state the email address you check most regularly.
  • Which time zone (UTC+-x) and country do you live in? Will that change over SoC duration (DST changes perhaps)?
  UTC+5.5 (Indian Standard Time). No, it won't change.
  • Are there instant messenger networks you regularly visit? Would you like your mentor to contact you there?
  • Please decide if you would like us to have further non-public contact information of you and share them here. This is meant as absolutely last resort (total absence from internet or computer havoc for instance). It might, for instance, be a phone number with international code. It will only be shared with the mentor in case of absolute emergency and never be published!

S: Self-assessment

  • Do you give constructive advice? Do you receive advice ?
  Yes, I believe in constructive criticism as the best way to improve upon yourself. I give as well as receive advice.
  • Are you good at sorting useful criticisms from useless ones?
  Yes, I can do that.

Y: Your task

  • Why did you choose your particular task? What do you expect to gain from working on it?
  I am pretty much interested in working on Octave. I have used it and I like it so much. In this task, there is something which will help me use geometrical skills as well as development skills. Thats why I have chosen this project.