[SciPy-dev] scikits: mailing list for tickets, etc...

David Cournapeau david@ar.media.kyoto-u.ac...
Fri Jan 18 08:09:59 CST 2008

Matt Knox wrote:
>> -1 on separate user/dev lists.  I think if the traffic for scikits
>> really grows out of control that may become necessary, but at least
>> initially it might be beneficial to keep those discussions together
>> with the rest of scipy.  That would provide a mechanism for all to
>> learn about useful toolkits, it would promote better interoperability
>> and flow of ideas/code into the core (when appropriate), etc. Having
>> separate lists seems to me like an unnecessary extra barrier in this
>> case.
> I agree completely. Actually, I think the current situation of three lists could
> probably be trimmed down to two even (one for numpy, one for scipy), but I won't
> lose any sleep over it one way or the other. The numpy list has both development
> and "user" topics on it and seems to do just fine. I think scipy could just as
> easily work with a unified mailing list. People often send "development" related
> posts to the scipy-user list already anyway.
Actually, I agree too, it was stupid to suggest the user/dev ML. I would 
still prefer having the ML for tickets and commit, though,



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