[SciPy-User] Contribution to Performance Python
Tue Nov 10 12:40:37 CST 2009
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 6:26 PM, Ramon Crehuet <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I know it is a wiki, but you need to get permission to modify it. I've
> tried registering at:
> but I always get an Authentication failed error. However if I try to
> register again, it complains that my username is already in use (it
> wasn't the first time I registered, so that is me! :-) ) My username is
> rcrehuet, and the address rcsqtc_at_iqac.csic.es
I think docs.scipy.org is specifically for the documentation effort -
it is a wiki whereby people can contribute to docstrings that will
then be merged back into the numpy source code. It does require
permissions to edit, but I thought the scipy website, which is a wiki
at www.scipy.org requires registration, but I thought only certain
pages (like the front page) were locked and the rest should be
editable by any user.
Try to follow the login link at the top right directly from the page
you want to edit:
There is a link from the login screen to register a wiki account here:
So you could try that.
> PS. David, I am willing to contribute to the cookbook.
> On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 10:53 AM, Ramon Crehuet <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > If this is interesting to the community, who should I contact to have
>> > this included in the scipy web page?
> It's a wiki, so I think you should be able to register an account and
> modify the page yourself. I'd certainly support the addition of the
> new fortran versions (although perhaps one is sufficient since they
> both seem to perform very closely) and perhaps updated timings
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