[SciPy-dev] IPython, a new SciPy.org netizen

Fernando Perez fperez at colorado.edu
Thu Mar 27 15:45:54 CST 2003


Hi all,

I'd like start by publicly thanking Eric Jones, Joe Cooper and the rest of the 
SciPy team for hosting IPython.  Some of you are already users of ipython and 
may have received a message earlier today about this. My apologies for the 
double mail, this one is short :)

For those who are not previous ipython users, I encourage you to take a look 
at IPython at:

http://ipython.scipy.org

This will be IPython's new home on the net, and it will have the usual 
scipy.org accoutrements in due time.  But right now the most important things, 
  anonymous CVS access and mailing lists, are already up.

I really hope that this will not only enable me to develop ipython further, 
but also help the whole community to provide the scipy project with a good 
interactive shell.  Scipy is heavily using PyCrust already, and I have a lot 
of interest in moving ipython in the direction of integrating (optionally) 
with pycrust.

For further discussion of ipython issues, I encourage those interested to sign 
  up at the ipython-specific mailing lists, located at:

   - User list: http://scipy.net/mailman/listinfo/ipython-user
   - Dev list: http://scipy.net/mailman/listinfo/ipython-dev

This will keep the scipy-* lists focused on scipy-specific issues.

Those interested in integration with PyCrust should also sign up for the 
PyCrust list at https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/pycrust-users, 
following Patrick O'Brien's suggestion. Knowledgeable WxPython developers 
would be most welcome.

Hope to see you all on the lists!

Best regards,

f.




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