Sprints will take place on Sunday, 31 August 2014 at the Hauser forum. The rooms will be available from 9AM to 5PM.
Food will be available at lunch time, outdoors or indoors, depending on the weather. We will also have water and soda, but please be advised to bring anything else you might need, since on Sunday everything is closed in the area.
For sprinters: If you would like to participate to a sprint, please contact the person responsible for it (the "Contact" address listed for each sprint).
For sprint organizers: If you are interested in organizing a sprint, please contact the sprint organizers by sending an email to euroscipy-org (at) python (dot) org.
Scipy is one of the core libraries in the scientific Python eco-system. It's built to work with Numpy arrays, and provides many user-friendly and efficient numerical routines such as routines for optimization, statistics, signal and image processing.
Objectives of the sprint:
- Top priority: help people new to contributing to Scipy get started. - Work on critical issues for the 0.15.0 release of SciPy if needed. - Merge as many open PRs as possible. - Close issues and work on new features depending on the interest of the people present.
This sprint is open to everyone. Being familiar with Numpy and Scipy as a user would be very helpful, and knowing the basic of Git usage as well. Here is a description of what contributing to Scipy entails: https://github.com/scipy/scipy/blob/master/HACKING.rst.txt
Depending on the number and experience of people attending, a short tutorial on setting up a development environment and making a pull request may be organized in the morning.
Contact: Ralf Gommers, ralf.gommers (at-sign) gmail.com
Details about the sprint available at https://github.com/vispy/vispy/issues/439.
Contact: Cyrille Rossant, cyrille.rossant (at-sign) gmail.com
Contact: scikit-learn-general (at-sign) lists.sourceforge.net