[OLPC-GSoC] Overloaded Mentors and my Project (Geography with Environment Awareness)
echerlin at gmail.com
Sat Apr 26 16:16:43 EDT 2008
Engineers Without Borders and the GIS community are strongly
interested in community-based environmental mapping. I am copying this
to my contacts to see if they can help.
On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 7:28 AM, rajan vaish <vaish.rajan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Sir,
> Thanks for including my project in one of the top projects and I am very to
> continue working on the same.However,i noticed the fact that Mr.Nestor is
> quite overloaded.Though I had chat and had e-mail interaction with him about
> a week before.He was pretty pleased by my ideas and future work on the
> project and the way of approach for the same.I was asked by SJ to work on a
> project being run by him in Mexico known as "Atlas America".
> Since he is overloaded now,can something be done regarding the same ? I am
> very keen and had all the discussions done with him in terms of deadlines
> too and he was okay with the same.As posted in few last posts by SJ,that in
> case mentors are not assigned ,he can find some for students with OLPC
> appreciated projects if asked.Hence,Sir in case Mr.Nestor remains busy and
> overloaded , can I be alloted new mentor for the same ? Or perhaps ,I should
> wait for Mr.Nestor ? I am bit confused at the moment,I am very keen and have
> even started learning and working on the technologies asked by Mr.Nestor
> like OpenLayers . Kindly suggest me as in what can be done from my side,so
> that i can continue working on my project this summer.?I am very keen to
> pursue the same.Thanking you !
> Thanks for understanding and selecting my project in top few.
> Rajan Vaish
> IM : vaish.rajan at gmail.com
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