[Numpy-discussion] NumPy documentation

Scott Ransom sransom at nrao.edu
Wed Apr 5 00:04:03 CDT 2006


As someone who has been actively using Numeric/Numarray/Numpy
for about 7 years, now, I heartily agree.

Thanks, Travis.

Scott

On Tue, Apr 04, 2006 at 11:32:42PM -0500, Ted Horst wrote:
> 
> I'll just add my voice to the people speaking up to support Travis's  
> efforts.  I buy lots of books, and most of the time I don't think too  
> much about who I am supporting when I buy them, but  I probably would  
> have bought this book even if I didn't need that level of  
> documentation just to help support what I see as very important  
> work.  I don't see how writing about an open source project and using  
> the proceeds to further that project could be seen as anything other  
> than a positive.
> 
> I also just want to say how impressed I am with what Travis has  
> accomplished with this project.  From the organizational effort,  
> patience, and persistence of bringing the various communities  
> together to the quality and quantity of the ideas, code, and  
> discussions, his contributions have been inspiring.
> 
> Ted Horst
> 
> 
> 
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