[AstroPy] Whatever happened to astropy?
pebarrett at gmail.com
Sun Dec 31 17:37:11 CST 2006
I'm the maintainer of the mailing list and have been remiss in
updating it lately. I've been very busy the last few months, so have
not had the time. Hopefully, I will have more time in the new year. I
should have some time either tomorrow or the next day to update it.
In any case the mailing list still works, so you can send messages to
others on the mailing list.
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Wishing you a prosperous and productive New Year.
On 12/31/06, James Turner <jturner at gemini.edu> wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> > There certainly hasn't been a lot of traffic; the last message I received (and
> > saved) was in November, referring to new versions of STSDAS and
> > STScI Python.
> Yes - wasn't sure which of 3 mailing lists I got that from (I'm probably
> subscribed to all of them).
> > Do you mean references to the *mailing list* at scipy.net or the subject
> > area at scipy.org? I found the mailing list page at scipy.net, but the
> > associated archive page seems to not exist or has a bad URL.
> I meant the mailing list, but also some of the associated pages at scipy.org
> (not .net, sorry; what's the difference anyway?). I used to be able to get to
> the archives from scipy.org. I eventually found the page at
> http://projects.scipy.org//mailman/listinfo/astropy, but as you say the link
> to the archive no longer works and neither does the "astropy" wiki page at
> So - sorry - it obviously works, but I wondered whether it had stopped
> functioning or I had somehow dropped off it, since I wasn't receiving
> messages and couldn't get to the archive.
> Also, wouldn't it be a good idea to include an entry under
> > For what it's worth, I *was* actually planning on using the list to announce an
> > updated version of my Python-based telescope archive search tool, probably
> > later in January...
> Yes, I also have a *real* question for the astropy or numpy lists, but I need
> to do a bit more investigation before posting :-).
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