[SciPy-dev] Gsoc summer student
Fri Apr 24 09:41:39 CDT 2009
On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 3:23 AM, ross smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I've been accepted by Google summer of code this year. I'm a junior at
> University of Michigan Ann arbor studying physics. I've been 'programming'
> since high school. I began with some short programs in quickbasic. after
> coming to college I've picked up python and been working with it for a
> couple years.
> I've helped maintain a python codebase for a research lab here and was one
> of two students that worked on porting it to Py3k. My other programming
> projects have mostly involved additions to the codebase for labs I've worked
> for and an odd bugfix or patch for programs I use frequently.
> I'm going to be spending the first part of the summer, getting familiar with
> the codebase for SciPy.Signal and doing some cleanup and bug hunting. The
> second part will be focused on improving SciPy.signal and filling some of
> the gaps in functionality between SciPy.signal and matlab's signal
> processing toolbox.
> I usually idle on freenode as gaurdro and aim as gaurdro1 if anyone wants to
Hello Ross and All,
I was also accepted into GSoC for this year to work on SciPy, and I
thought I'd continue this as an introductions thread. My name is
Skipper Seabold, and I'm a PhD student in economics at American
University in DC.
I will be working on providing a consistent user interface and
development framework for statistical models in SciPy. At the request
of GSoC I will be maintaining a blog about the project, you can learn
more and follow the progress of my work at
I also idle on freenode as jseabold.
Looking forward to the summer and beyond!
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