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Re: Requesting for review of the Draft proposal for - procfs

From: Carl Fredrik Hammar
Subject: Re: Requesting for review of the Draft proposal for - procfs
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 13:23:02 +0200
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>   > I'm fully available this summer without any other commitments, will
>   > tune my day/night rhythm as per my mentor's requirement and assure a
>   > dedicated work of 50 hours/week.
>   Wow, 50 hours a week is a lot.  I didn't put nearly as much time into
>   my GSoC project, I think 20 hours a week is typical for a GSoCer.  I
>   don't want to discourage you from working hard, but don't overwork
>   yourself.  ;-)
> I am sorry if I am too arrogant. Please excuse me. One thing I want to
> mention is that I am crazy when it comes to Computers and FS. Thanks a lot
> for your concern. I dont mean 50 hrs of coding per week. It also includes
> time for discussion with the mentor. Community etc etc. Other
> preparations. I hope I can set aside 25-30 hrs for coding and
> documentation and rest of the time for discussions, reading various books
> and other resources. (I usually sit in front of my comp from 8AM to 12 AM
> in vacation with 6-7 hrs set aside for routine work, TV and Playing
> sports. this comes to around 9-10 hrs a day in vacation.) So I felt its
> managable. I hope I can change this rythm on the days where circumstances
> are extreme , say I am not well by talking to my mentor.

Well, you could always start of at a high pace and then slow down when
you find yourself ahead of the schedule.  That's usually a good
strategy in general.

> And as far as I have understood its all abt finishing things as per
> the schedule and not how much time I spend on each day. Am I right?
> Please correct me if I am wrong anywhere.

Yes this is correct, the time spent is entirely up to you.


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