[SciPy-Dev] My Intro
Patrick "Kai" Baker
Wed Apr 18 16:11:26 CDT 2012
That's excellent. Debugging sounds like a good start. I know C/C++ the most
since they're my first languages. But I also know Python and would like to
gain more working knowledge of it. As far as mathematics, I'm most familiar
with analysis: calculus, differential equations, special functions, etc.
On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 4:59 PM, Ralf Gommers
> On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 10:33 PM, Pauli Virtanen <email@example.com> wrote:
>> 18.04.2012 21:04, Patrick "Kai" Baker kirjoitti:
>> > Thanks you two. Well, I got scipy installed and got git set up. Now I'm
>> > real confused about what I can do. Documentation is one of them, which I
>> > will want to do once I become more familiar with the software. But as
>> > far as coding goes, I'm not sure what needs to be done. Is there
>> > anyplace I can go with a to-do list of things which needs to be done? I
>> > looked around and haven't found anything like that so far.
>> A to-do list is not written down anywhere (but that could be a part of
>> the module status summary for the maintainers to write).
>> We however do have a long list of bugs and issues to fix:
>> Some of these are easier to do, others are difficult, and some require
>> "deeper" knowledge of how the things work. There are also some feature
>> requests mixed in.
> Browsing those tickets may indeed give you a good impression of what
> things there are to do. If you have preferences/interests, such as a
> particular topic/module (optimization/interpolation/stats/etc) or language
> (Python/Cython/C/C++/Fortran), we can give you more specific suggestions.
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