[Python-Dev] Looking for master thesis ideas involving Python

Delaney, Timothy C (Timothy) tdelaney at avaya.com
Thu Oct 30 17:09:54 EST 2003

> From: "Martin v. Löwis" [mailto:martin at v.loewis.de]
> My answer is "it depends": If you did not do that, and, for example,
> explain why it *can't* be done, than this is a good thesis, 
> provided you
> give qualified scientific rationale for why it can't be done. If you
> say you did not do it, but it could be done in this and that way if
> you had 50 person years available, then this could be a good thesis
> as well, provided the strategy you outline, and the rationale for
> computing the 50 person years is convincing. If you just say, "Oops,
> I did not finish it because it is too much work", then this would be
> a bad thesis.

Yep - that was what I was getting at, and your explanation corresponds exactly with my gut feeling.


Tim Delaney

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