[SciPy-dev] Status page for numarray integration

Perry Greenfield perry at stsci.edu
Tue Jan 11 12:22:43 CST 2005


A wiki page would be fine. We can have various links to it when enough 
is ready (e.g., the "A discussion of scipy and numarray" which itself 
ought to be updated when some end user functionality is available for 
numarray and scipy (but for now I don't think it is worth bothering 
about, we'll be there soon enough))

Perry

On Jan 11, 2005, at 12:15 PM, Travis N. Vaught wrote:

> I agree, Perry.
>
> Would a wiki page (folder) on scipy.org do the trick, or do you need 
> something less dynamic?
>
> Please advise  I'll be glad to set up whatever you need, or, if you 
> don't already, I can make sure you have the appropriate permissions 
> (and Todd, and whoever else wants them).
>
>
> Travis
>
> Perry Greenfield wrote:
>
>> Now that there will soon be some visible sign of numarray integration 
>> efforts, it seems to me that having some sort of page indicating the 
>> current state of integration would be helpful. That is, it would 
>> outline the general plan for the effort, indicate what's been done 
>> and is currently available for use with numarray, what being worked 
>> on and the general priorities. Users can use to see if the 
>> functionality they wish to use with numarray is already available 
>> (i.e., which libraries) or where the unfinished work sits in the 
>> queue. It can be used for developers to indicate where help would be 
>> useful if others want to contribute. Any objection to having such a 
>> page?
>>
>> Perry
>
>
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