[Numpy-discussion] getting numPy happening for sciPy

David Cournapeau david@ar.media.kyoto-u.ac...
Thu Jul 26 20:34:47 CDT 2007


Robert Kern wrote:
> David Cournapeau wrote:
>
>   
>> I am willing to volunteer for the scipy part: I have quite extensive 
>> experience with building on linux now, and I can now build on windows 
>> without too much difficulties (I mean hardware-wise).
>>
>> Concerning the release date: it basically means giving enough time to 
>> solve the current bugs, right ?
>>     
>
> There are too many. Build bugs should be fixed and anything that impairs the
> functioning of whole packages. Incorporating patches already submitted would be
> the next priority. Fixing isolated little bugs can be pushed back.
>
>   
I thought that releasing something before the end of summer would be a 
good release date: a new release is available before the beginning of 
the new "university" year. Would you agree on a date like end of august 
? (if I become the release manager, this is also more compatible with my 
schedule).

For the bugs, I was not talking about all the bugs in trac, but the ones 
in 0.5.3 milestone (10-11 bugs, I think).

David


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