[2016-02-26 15:34] Edward Betts
> > Package: sponsorship-requests > Severity: wishlist > > Dear mentors, > > I am looking for a sponsor for my package "python-nameparser" > > * Package name: python-nameparser >Version : 0.3.11 >Upstream Author : Derek Gulbranson > * URL : https://github.com/derek73/python-nameparser > * License : LGPL-2.1+ >Section : python [I am no DD] In Description: of python3-nameparser last line: This package contains fuzzywuzzy for Python3. ^^ What is that? -- Accept: text/plain, text/x-diff Accept-Language: eo,en,ru X-Keep-In-CC: yes X-Web-Site: sinsekvu.github.io
Package: sponsorship-requests Severity: wishlist Dear mentors, I am looking for a sponsor for my package "python-nameparser" * Package name: python-nameparser Version : 0.3.11 Upstream Author : Derek Gulbranson
* URL : https://github.com/derek73/python-nameparser * License : LGPL-2.1+ Section : python It builds those binary packages: python-nameparser - Python module for parsing names into individual components python3-nameparser - Python module for parsing names into individual components (Python 3 version) To access further information about this package, please visit the following URL: http://mentors.debian.net/package/python-nameparser Alternatively, one can download the package with dget using this command: dget -x http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/p/python-nameparser/python-nameparser_0.3.11-1.dsc -- Edward.
Bug#815972: ITP: python-nameparser -- module for parsing human names into their in individual components
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Edward Betts
* Package name: python-nameparser Version : 0.3.11 Upstream Author : Derek Gulbranson * URL : https://github.com/derek73/python-nameparser * License : LGPL-2.1+ Programming Lang: Python Description : module for parsing human names into their in individual components The HumanName class splits a name string up into name parts based on placement in the string and matches against known name pieces like titles. It joins name pieces on conjunctions and special prefixes to last names like "del". Titles can be chained together and include conjunctions to handle titles like "Asst Secretary of State". It can also try to correct capitalization of all upper or lowercase names. . It attempts the best guess that can be made with a simple, rule-based approach. Unicode is supported, but the parser is not likely to be useful for languages that to not share the same structure as English names. It's not perfect, but it gets you pretty far. I plan to maintain this package as part of the Debian Python Modules Team. -- Edward.
Hello again, I think I should have asked rather on the Python Science mailing list, which is what I will do know. (I was fooled into thinking that the Debian Python team is handling all the Python packages in Debian because it packages Numpy and Scipy. But I see now that these two are most likely seen as “general infrastructure”.) Cheers, Christoph signature.asc Description: PGP signature