[SciPy-Dev] schedule for scipy 0.9.0

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Fri Nov 12 10:18:58 CST 2010

On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 10:45 AM, Ralf Gommers
<ralf.gommers@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm interested to hear what you think about releasing scipy 0.9.0 in
> the near future, and if you have any things that should go in or be
> fixed for 0.9.0. If we want to keep to a ~6 month release schedule
> then we should branch around the end of this month and have a final
> release in January.
> As far as I can tell trunk is in good shape, and we have more then
> enough bug fixes, test and documentation improvements to make this a
> solid release. Plus of course the highlight - Python 3 compatibility.

as Pauli recently mentioned scipy.weave is still missing for Python 3

and there are still some problems in stats.distributions. Urgent fixes
shouldn't be too time consuming, but there is some backlog that will
take more time (statsmodels is already months behind release schedule
and is more fun).

I will work through the tickets and the tests, and scipy.stats should
be releasable.


> Some things to be done:
> - resolve a few test failures, as reported recently by Bruce
> - clean up a lot of noise in the test output
> - merge work done in the doc wiki
> - (for the very brave) have a look at the state of our bug tracker
> Cheers,
> Ralf
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