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== O: Only out of interest ==
 
== O: Only out of interest ==
 
* Did you ever hear about Octave before?  
 
* Did you ever hear about Octave before?  
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** Yes, I have heard of Octave before.
 
** If so, when and where? How far have you been involved already?
 
** If so, when and where? How far have you been involved already?
** If not, where would you expect or advise us to do advertising?
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*** Last summer during my research intern at Purdue University, Professor Ananth Gramma advised me to have a look on "Octave-Networks Toolbox". After that, I used it for my Machine learning course by Andrew NG.
* What was the first question concerning Octave you could not find an answer to rather quickly? ''Of course more than one question can be stated. We try to improve based on this each year! Includes learning how to use it, code, website, GSoC application, …''
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* What was the first question concerning Octave you could not find an answer to rather quickly? ''Of course, ore than one question can be stated. We try to improve based on this each year! Includes learning how to use it, code, website, GSoC application, …''
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** I couldn't find "Building guidelines" for Octave. It'd be great to put the contents of "HACKING" file to a webpage.
  
 
== P: Prerequisites ==
 
== P: Prerequisites ==

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