[SciPy-Dev] module maintainers

Travis Oliphant travis@continuum...
Tue Mar 20 07:51:16 CDT 2012

Yes, it is a bit much.   Like I said, I can only 'assist'  :-)      But, given that I am the original author of most of these modules (and several others as well (sparse, misc, io, and fftpack), I still know the C-code especially better than most, and feel like I should not leave them unattended.   

If others step up so that there are at least 2 experienced people on a module, then I can step away.   Until then, I still would like to be one of the maintainers of the modules I know intimately.    My time will be limited, but it seems like I could still be useful in helping some of the modules along and clarifying the original intent. 



On Mar 20, 2012, at 2:20 AM, Ralf Gommers wrote:

> On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 at 5:30 AM, Travis Oliphant <travis@continuum.io> wrote:
> This is wonderful!
> The packages I can assist in maintaining and would like to be listed are: 
> scipy.signal
> scipy.stats
> scipy.interpolate
> scipy.integrate
> scipy.special
> scipy.optimize
> Travis, I love your enthusiasm, but you indicated recently you don't have the bandwidth to work on Scipy much. So this list is a bit much, isn't it? 
> I actually proposed a limit of two modules per person in the SciPy Goal thread. The motivation for that being to spread the load and expertise, and get more people involved. That doesn't mean you can't work on more modules of course. The only reason I didn't write that down in the end is that it doesn't reflect the current status (mainly of Pauli's work and expertise).
> I can also be available to help answer questions on any of the other modules.
> This is always very much appreciated.
> Ralf 
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