[SciPy-dev] [Numpy-discussion] Re: [SciPy-user] Long live to numpy (and its list as well)

Perry Greenfield perry at stsci.edu
Fri Jan 6 11:34:13 CST 2006


Perhaps all discussions of the core stuff could go to numpy-discussion 
and the applications and libraries go to scipy-discussion. That 
segregation often doesn't work and you still get all the cross-posting 
anyway. But I would think that it would be important to have the core 
element highlighted in the name since that user base will be bigger 
than the scipy one by necessity.

Perry

On Jan 5, 2006, at 5:03 PM, Francesc Altet wrote:

> A Dijous 05 Gener 2006 20:59, Christopher Barker va escriure:
>> Colin J. Williams wrote:
>>> It seems to me that NumPy is the better way to go, the archives and
>>> downloads are more readily available there, but it's up to Todd 
>>> Miller
>>> and the folk who have been maintaining NumPy.
>>>
>>> NumPy has been around for a while, probably longer than SciPy.
>>
>> I, for one, am only subscribed to the NumPy list, and have been for
>> years. I don't know how much non-NumPy stuff there is on the SciPy 
>> list,
>> but while I do use NumPy for Scientific stuff, I don't use the rest of
>> SciPy (because, frankly, it's always been a pain in the @#! to 
>> install)
>> and I don't need another high-traffic list.
>
> Yeah, I was thinking in people like you. In fact, I'm myself in the
> same case than you: I'm very interested in a basic array module
> (Numeric/numarray/numpy) and not so much in more powerful (but
> complex) packages like scipy. And I think there can be a lot of people
> out there that can be in the same position.
>
> Accordingly, my vote is also:
>
> +1 numpy-discussion




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