[Numpy-discussion] organizational question

Travis Vaught travis@enthought....
Sun Apr 1 09:22:47 CDT 2007


I was just about to respond that _substantial_ support by a non- 
profit best describes Travis Oliphant's many contributions through  
BYU.  I see now that BYU/SciPy/NumPy has been nominated ... excellent!

It might be appropriate for people from various constituencies to  
comment...

"Preference will be given to projects that benefit more and larger  
constituencies, demonstrate exceptional promise or performance, and  
meet particularly urgent needs."

http://matc.mellon.org/2007_nominations/brigham-young-university/ 
scipy-numpy

Best,

Travis (Vaught)

On Mar 30, 2007, at 2:29 PM, Alan G Isaac wrote:

> Is either NumPy or SciPy substantially supported
> by an identifiable and actual non-profit organization?
>
> I ask because I think both fit under
> http://www.mellon.org/grant_programs/programs/copy_of_research
> item 4.
>
> Here is the announcement:
> http://matc.mellon.org/
>
> Note that universities are among the nominees:
> http://matc.mellon.org/2007_nominations
>
> Cheers,
> Alan Isaac
>
>
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