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Date: 2007-01-26 (01:47)
From: Gabriel Kerneis <gabriel.kerneis@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: The OCaml Summer Project
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Le Thu, 25 Jan 2007 17:29:40 -0800, "Nathaniel Gray" <>
a =E9crit :
> > Yaron M. Minsky wrote:
> > > I am pleased to announce the OCaml Summer Project. The project is
> > > aimed at encouraging growth in the OCaml community by funding
> > > students over the summer to work on open-source projects in OCaml.
> Sounds great, but there's one thing I'm not clear on.  Will students
> have advisors for their projects?  I have a few ideas for projects and
> it would be fun to get a student or two working on them.

And I'm an interested student looking for ideas (the binary trees
project on the OCSP page seems fine but I'd be glad to have more
ideas) ;-)
Other questions :
- is it possible to propose several projects (per student) and let
the OCSP team decide which one is the better ?
- (if i were to be selected and finish the job) what kind of
visa/passport/etc. do one need to come to the USA (I'm living in
France) - but i guess i can find this on the Internet - and to what
extent will you pay the flight/food/housing/etc. fees ?

Gabriel Kerneis

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