[ros-dev] Regarding Meeting
neer4j.iit.delhi at gmail.com
Thu May 26 19:59:03 UTC 2011
On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 1:14 AM, Olaf Siejka <caemyr at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think some of us (including me) are not sure if you're willing to proceed
> with the project or quite opposite - dropping it. If you are dedicated to
> move on and finish this assignment, i doubt anyone would be asking questions
> on why were you missing during the bounding period, provided that Google has
> no objections on you continuing this project. So if you are set up and ready
> to develop and Google has no objections, i sincerely dont think anyone here
> would mind. What really matters is getting the stuff done in time.
> Google has absolutely no objections.They just need approval e-mail from my
mentor.I hope I gain your trust back by my sincere and hard work.
> Best regards
> 2011/5/26 Neeraj Yadav <neer4j.iit.delhi at gmail.com>
>> I am a GSoC student working on Audio Mixer Project.Unfortunately, I was
>> not able to contact my mentor/administrator during community bonding
>> period.I have disappointed whole of the community and you have every right
>> to be angry and I am really sorry for my act.But I request you all to
>> reconsider the following points :
>> 1. Firstly, Why would one disappear during community bonding period
>> without any reason ? It is the easiest part of the whole program for a
>> student in which they have to just talk to the community, which I think they
>> have already been doing for not less than a month, then what is the problem
>> in being in contact for another month.
>> In my opinion a smart student who just wanted his initial payment would
>> have disappeared after the community bonding period.Instead of coming back
>> at the time of actual work.
>> 2. Some of you think that I was waiting for initial payment and then
>> reappeared when i did not get it, I would like to say that I appeared
>> without even knowing that my project has been discontinued, neither had
>> anyone got his welcome package upto that time.Nothing regarding my project
>> discontinuation had been reported in Melange.How could i get even a
>> slightest idea about my project's termination.
>> 3. Some of you think that it is going to hurt the reputation of
>> organisation for next year's selection at GSoC, I would like to admit that
>> terminating my project will straightaway decrease project completion rate of
>> ReactOS organisation to 80% and it may further reduce if some students
>> actually do not complete the project which is considered too bad for an
>> organisation.And believe me next year's sole criterion for organisation
>> selection will be this success rate.
>> 4.Problems occur to every organisation and Google understands it very well
>> and it doesn't affect the organisation's reputation that much.All that
>> matters is the success rate.
>> 5. I talked to Google and they just want an email of consent from my
>> mentor and its not too late.I have filled all my forms in due time.
>> 6. My project would have automatically been discontinued if I failed for
>> Mid-term Evaluation.But no one gets benefit if my project is discontinued
>> earlier.Take a chance guys, If I complete my project it will be good for
>> both me and community if not terminating my project at both
>> 7. In case above explanations do not satisfy you and if you think this is
>> only money I am after, I am ready to deposit $500 as security which is equal
>> to the initial payment.[or whatever amount you say]
>> This issue can be discussed in today's meeting.I am ready to answer all of
>> your questions.I hope you will think about it with a cool mind keeping the
>> anger/ego apart.
>> Neeraj Yadav
>> Undergraduate Student
>> Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
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