[Numpy-discussion] Tutorials at Scipy 2008
Thu May 29 22:59:08 CDT 2008
On 5/29/08, Fernando Perez <email@example.com> wrote:
> [ This is meant as a heads-up here, please keep the discussion on the
> SciPy user list so we can focus the conversation in one list only. ]
> Hi all,
> Travis Oliphant and myself have signed up to coordinate the tutorials
> sessions at this year's SciPy conference. Our tentative plan is
> described here:
> but it basically consists of holding in parallel:
> 1. A 2-day hands-on tutorial for beginners.
> 2. A set of 2 or 4 hour sessions on special topics.
> We need input from people on:
> - Do you like this idea?
> - If yes for #1, any suggestions/wishes? Eric Jones, Travis O and
> myself have all taught similar things and could potentially do it
> again, but none of us is trying to impose it. If someone else wants
> to do it, by all means mention it. The job could be split across
> multiple people once an agenda is organized.
> - For #2, please go to the wiki and fill in ideas for topics and/or
> presenters. We'll need a list of viable topics with actual presenters
> before we start narrowing down the schedule into something more
> Feel free to either discuss things here or to just put topics on the
> wiki. I find wikis to be a poor place for conversation but excellent
> for summarizing items. I'll try to update the wiki with ideas that
> arise here, but feel free to directly edit the wiki if you just want
> to suggest a specific topic or brief piece of info, do NOT feel like
> you have to vet anything on list.
> Travis and Fernando.
> Numpy-discussion mailing list
Assuming I'm approved by my employer to attend, I could benefit from
either the intro or some of the advanced topics. If the mayavi one is
for hard core mayavi users, I would probably spend the day doing the
intro one. If there are examples that can be followed without being a
mayavi wizard, I would probably attend that one. Either way I see it
as a win.
Thanks for your efforts in getting the conference together.
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