[SciPy-Dev] contributing to scipy.spatial.distance

Jacob Vanderplas jakevdp@cs.washington....
Mon Sep 2 09:39:08 CDT 2013

Hi Michael,
Scipy is indeed on Github, and can be found at [1].  Contributions happen
through Pull Requests -- if you're not familiar with that system, there are
tutorials available through Github.  Before opening a pull request, it
would be good to have a look through the documentation on contributing [2].

[1] https://github.com/scipy/scipy
[2] http://docs.scipy.org/doc/scipy/reference/hacking.html

On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 7:57 PM, Michael Yang <yangofzeal@gmail.com> wrote:

> hi - I'm new to this development list so please excuse me if I'm not doing
> things right (like top-posting or bottom-posting, etc.)
> I would like to contribute an additional vector distance function to the
> absolutely wonderful scipy.spatial.distance package written by Damian Eads.
>  I have a patch for scipy/spatial/distance.py written for scipy version
> 0.7.1 a while back.
> Could someone please advise me on how to incorporate the patch?  I don't
> know if the repo is in github or somewhere else.  Also (not to be
> self-aggrandizing!) but would it be possible to add my name somewhere to
> this file if the patch gets makes it in successfully?
> Thanks,
> Michael Yang
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