[Numpy-discussion] Summer of Code: Proposal for Implementing date/time types in NumPy
Wed Mar 25 11:33:47 CDT 2009
Great idea indeed ! However, I'd really like to have an easy way to
plug the suggested dtype w/ the existing Date class from the
scikits.timeseries package (Date is implemented in C, you can find the
sources through the link on http://pytseries.sourceforge.net). I agree
that this particular aspect is not a priority, but it'd be nice to
keep it in a corner of the mind.
In any case, keep me in the loop.
On Mar 25, 2009, at 12:06 PM, Francesc Alted wrote:
> Hello Marty,
> A Tuesday 24 March 2009, Marty Fuhry escrigué:
>> Sorry for any overlap, as I've been referred here from the scipi-dev
>> mailing list.
>> I was reading through the Summer of Code ideas and I'm terribly
>> interested in date/time proposal
>> osal3.rst). I would love to work on this for a Google Summer of Code
>> project. I'm a sophmore studying Computer Science and Mathematics at
>> Kent State University in Ohio, so this project directly relates to my
>> studies. Is there anyone looking into this proposal yet?
> To my knowledge, nobody is actively working on this anymore. As a
> matter of fact, during the discussions that led to the proposal, many
> people showed a real interested on the implementation of data/time
> types in NumPy. So it would be great if you can have a stab on this.
> Francesc Alted
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