scipy sprints

Who will be around for the sprints? We should start to come up with a list what we want to work on. There are a number of issues tagged as ‘hack-a-thon’ which are good candidates for novice contributors.

A few major projects that need attention are:

  • sorting out how to reliably find freetype everywhere (we should probably pull in someone from enthought on this if possible as they are one of the problem cases). This might be solved by using pkg-config everywhere?

  • through review of MEP27 and the extension of MEP22 to the rest of the interactive backends

  • discussions with IPython folks about what rolling traitlets into Artist would look like

Tom

Hi Tom

I will be there for the sprints and keen to work on Matplotlib stuff.

  • I have a reasonable understanding of what needs to happen on Mac to fix the freetype issue. I just haven’t had the time to do it yet so I will be happy to participate in that work.

  • :+1: For work on MEP27/22 and traitlets

  • What’s the status of your coveralls branch. https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/pull/4367 adding additional tests would IMHO be a suitable task for intermediate new contributors.

  • MEP 12 http://matplotlib.org/devdocs/devel/MEP/MEP12.html should be reasonably assessable to novice new comers and hopefully more fun now that the docs are rebuild automatically on merge

Best Jens

man. 22. jun. 2015 kl. 13.40 skrev Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…>:

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Who will be around for the sprints? We should start to come up with a list what we want to work on. There are a number of issues tagged as ‘hack-a-thon’ which are good candidates for novice contributors.

A few major projects that need attention are:

  • sorting out how to reliably find freetype everywhere (we should probably pull in someone from enthought on this if possible as they are one of the problem cases). This might be solved by using pkg-config everywhere?
  • through review of MEP27 and the extension of MEP22 to the rest of the interactive backends
  • discussions with IPython folks about what rolling traitlets into Artist would look like

Tom


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I will be there for Saturday and a little bit on Sunday.

Ben Root

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On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 9:21 AM, Jens Nielsen <jenshnielsen@…149…> wrote:

Hi Tom

I will be there for the sprints and keen to work on Matplotlib stuff.

  • I have a reasonable understanding of what needs to happen on Mac to fix the freetype issue. I just haven’t had the time to do it yet so I will be happy to participate in that work.
  • :+1: For work on MEP27/22 and traitlets

Best Jens

man. 22. jun. 2015 kl. 13.40 skrev Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…>:

Who will be around for the sprints? We should start to come up with a list what we want to work on. There are a number of issues tagged as ‘hack-a-thon’ which are good candidates for novice contributors.

A few major projects that need attention are:

  • sorting out how to reliably find freetype everywhere (we should probably pull in someone from enthought on this if possible as they are one of the problem cases). This might be solved by using pkg-config everywhere?
  • through review of MEP27 and the extension of MEP22 to the rest of the interactive backends
  • discussions with IPython folks about what rolling traitlets into Artist would look like

Tom


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I will be around and would love to participate.

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On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 5:39 AM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@...149...> wrote:

Who will be around for the sprints? We should start to come up with a list
what we want to work on. There are a number of issues tagged as
'hack-a-thon' which are good candidates for novice contributors.

A few major projects that need attention are:

- sorting out how to reliably find freetype everywhere (we should probably
pull in someone from enthought on this if possible as they are one of the
problem cases). This might be solved by using pkg-config everywhere?
- through review of MEP27 and the extension of MEP22 to the rest of the
interactive backends
- discussions with IPython folks about what rolling traitlets into Artist
would look like

Tom

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Just writing send a +1 from a distance. I’m really looking forward to traitlets. I think it would make me much more likely to contribute to matplotlib in the future.

Good luck!

Neil

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On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 3:04 PM, Brian Granger <ellisonbg@…149…> wrote:

I will be around and would love to participate.

On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 5:39 AM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…> wrote:

Who will be around for the sprints? We should start to come up with a list

what we want to work on. There are a number of issues tagged as

‘hack-a-thon’ which are good candidates for novice contributors.

A few major projects that need attention are:

  • sorting out how to reliably find freetype everywhere (we should probably

pull in someone from enthought on this if possible as they are one of the

problem cases). This might be solved by using pkg-config everywhere?

  • through review of MEP27 and the extension of MEP22 to the rest of the

interactive backends

  • discussions with IPython folks about what rolling traitlets into Artist

would look like

Tom


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I’ll be there all week, though only most of Saturday for the sprints. Would love to get #4063, though mostly to further my goal of Python domination in meteorology.

Ryan

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On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 9:44 PM, Neil Girdhar <mistersheik@…149…> wrote:

Just writing send a +1 from a distance. I’m really looking forward to traitlets. I think it would make me much more likely to contribute to matplotlib in the future.

Good luck!

Neil


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On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 3:04 PM, Brian Granger <ellisonbg@…149…> wrote:

I will be around and would love to participate.

On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 5:39 AM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…> wrote:

Who will be around for the sprints? We should start to come up with a list

what we want to work on. There are a number of issues tagged as

‘hack-a-thon’ which are good candidates for novice contributors.

A few major projects that need attention are:

  • sorting out how to reliably find freetype everywhere (we should probably

pull in someone from enthought on this if possible as they are one of the

problem cases). This might be solved by using pkg-config everywhere?

  • through review of MEP27 and the extension of MEP22 to the rest of the

interactive backends

  • discussions with IPython folks about what rolling traitlets into Artist

would look like

Tom


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