[SciPy-User] [scipy] GSoC 2011
Wed Mar 23 10:29:32 CDT 2011
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 6:59 PM, Ralf Gommers
> On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 10:41 AM, Hector <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > List of organizations participating in GSoC 2011 has been out for 3 days
> > as everyone expected, PSF is one of it.
> > I was waiting for SciPy to pop up under PSF umbrella, it nothing has been
> > updated there since then.
> > Is SciPy planning to participate in GSoC this year?
> I certainly hope so. Jarrod knows what is (or isn't) going on, hope he
> lets us know soon.
I was really waiting for the reply of this mail or some update on python
site for GSoC 2011.
> Did you have something in mind to work on? If so, it can't hurt to
> share your idea already.
Being a mathematics students, I did courses on some of the advanced topics
and wrote code for the well known algorithms in that field. The topics ( in
the descending order of number of codes written ) are -
1) Numerical Analysis
2) Operational Research
3) Abstract Algebra
4) Graph theory ( Cliques)
Unfortunately I was not aware of Python and FOSS at that time and wrote all
of the programs in MatLab (except Cliques). I want to contribute these code
and enhance the tools SciPy contains. And GSoC 2011 will give me a
structured platform to do that. I would be very happy to work on these if
someone is will to mentor me.
My works can be seen at -
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Thank you for your response and I would love to hear from community.
Whenever you think you can or you can't, in either way you are right.
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