I would benefit a lot from having Sage be part of the system Python.
The reason is that I am using a distribution and my distribution comes
with many Python modules that I am using. For some of them they are
either broken on Sage or just does not compile at all (eg matplotlib
graphics, pygtk). I think that the thread of Bill Page about
ArraryFire and afnumpy [1] is basically telling the same thing.
Moreover, having Sage in the Python system means easier packaging for
distributions. From this point of view this would be a great win-win.


[1] https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sage-devel/sxykrySwjys

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