[SciPy-Dev] scikits contribution?
Wed Jul 14 17:06:19 CDT 2010
On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 6:01 PM, Jonathan Stickel <email@example.com> wrote:
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>> Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 14:50:09 -0700
>> From: Jarrod Millman<email@example.com>
>> Subject: Re: [SciPy-Dev] scikits contribution?
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>> On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 1:59 PM, Jonathan Stickel<email@example.com> wrote:
>>> > I did register athttp://projects.scipy.org/scikits with the username
>>> > "jjstickel". ?The wiki page indicates that this is all that is needed to
>>> > edit the wiki, but I do not see a "Edit this page" link. ?So it does
>>> > seem that someone needs to give me permission. ?I also need permission
>>> > for commit access to svn.scipy.org/svn/scikits/.
>> Hey Jonathan,
>> Thanks for contributing a new scikit!
>> Unfortunately, it is a bit tedious to create accounts on the existing
>> subversion system and there is no way to separate developer accounts
>> between the various scikits. If you really want to use subversion, I
>> would create a sourceforge project. For example, that is where the
>> scikits.learn project is hosted:
>> Otherwise, I would recommend using github or one of the other dvcs
>> hosting sites.
>> In the near future (over the next month or so) it looks increasingly
>> likely that we will be moving numpy and possibly scipy to git/github,
>> so the existing scikits subversion repository will probably get moved
>> over and broken up as well.
>> The official scikits registry is here:http://scikits.appspot.com/
>> Any package named "scikits.xyz" on the Python Packaging Index will be
>> included on the scikits.appspot.com website automatically. So there
>> is no advantage to having commit access to the subversion site and
>> there are several disadvantages such as it is slow, there isn't an
>> obvious way to get account access, and it may disappear soon (assuming
>> we move to github).
> OK, I'll check out github, or, if the learning curve is high, I may fall
> back to sourceforge since I have more experience with that interface.
> Can you elaborate on "Any package named "scikits.xyz" on the Python
> Packaging Index will be included on the scikits.appspot.com website
> automatically"? Where is the Python Packaging Index and how do I get a
> scikit to show up there once I make the sources available?
> I have to say this has become a lot more involved than I initially
> expected. Simpler procedures and better "howto" documentation would be
> helpful for sideline contributors like myself. Maybe this will improve
> after the move to github?
I think most all of your questions are answered here.
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