[SciPy-dev] Porting SciPy to Py3k GSOC project
Charles R Harris
Mon Mar 23 15:47:38 CDT 2009
2009/3/22 ross smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Hello everyone,
> I am interested in porting SciPy/NumPy to Py3k. I've been working this
> past school year to port an existing code base to py3k for a research group
> on campus. A lot of the code relies on SciPy and NumPy but the scope of my
> project didn't let me work on porting either project, to my dismay. I'd
> love the opportunity to port a project I use heavily in my own code and gain
> a better understanding of how it works.
> We are supposed to contact the group we would be working with, to flesh out
> the details of our application. I've looked at the application and the only
> thing I know I'll need significant help with is the Milestones portion. Of
> course, Any and all suggestions are welcome!
Do you have a plan of attack? What all does your experience suggest will be
needed? I think if you can end the project with a report on your experience
and a list of things that needed to be done that that would be helpful in
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