Week - 10 (Final week of GSoC-2020)
So this is it. My final official blog for this year’s Google Summer of Code program. I had honestly not thought that it would come this soon, but here it is …
colour.io.LUT_to_LUT definition was unable to handle LUTs having explicit domain, i.e. a domain having explicitly defined discrete values (not necessarily equally spaced). Because of the consequential loss of data during the LUT conversion process, it was important to address this implementation lack. The PR has been successfully merged.
- Besides this, I also had some discussion with my mentors regarding the wrapping of CLF 3.0’s
Exponent related function as nodes. Some work has been started here by other community members and I would like to finish this implementation.
- This week also involved the finishing touches for the official end of the program and completing those formalities was a significant part.
Work Product Submission
The final submission for GSoC required us to compile all of the work done under a single URL.
My final work product summary can be accessed using this link!
I very intentionally don’t choose the word: “Conclusion” as this sub-heading, for this surely is not the end!
Some work in the project still demands time and attention and I aim to continue working on them till completion.
Besides this, I choose to use this final blog as a means to extend my gratitude to Colour Science, for letting me have this wonderful experience. I couldn’t have asked for a better work environment. I would like to remain a part of this amazing community in the future as well!
Lastly, none of the work done could have been possible without the constant support of my mentors: Michael Mauderer, Hao Xie and Thomas Mansencal. I extend my sincere thankfulness to them, especially Thomas, who has been there for me since the very first day, helping me with my queries and doubts with ultimate patience!
A special vote of thanks to Nick Shaw, who despite not being in the official mentoring capacity, was always there to help me with the technicalities of the project.
It has literally been a pleasure and I am going to cherish this experience throughout my life.
Cheers to all!