I am going to submit the tutorial proposal by the end of the day today. We
have Aaron, Kenny, Ben, and me signed up to teach this.
If you have any comments or edits, please let me know or make them in the
next several hours.
On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 8:52 AM, Jason Moore <moorepa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Here is the new proposal: https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/SciPy-2018-
> I've only changed the title so far (removed "automatic"). Please make
> edits by Monday the 12th.
> I'm cc'ing Kenny and another interested student, Ben.
> I think that 4 people teaching was good, we had four 45-50 minute
> sessions. So I suggest sticking with that. If the four from last year can
> do it, then they get first dibs. We can use additional helpers for sure
> though and anyone can contribute to the materials and prep. If you think
> you will present, then add your profile to the proposal.
> If accepted we edit the materials to improve and present. We can these
> details later.
> +01 530-601-9791 <(530)%20601-9791>
> On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 8:41 AM, Jason Moore <moorepa...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I haven't found the sticky notes. I say that we edit last year's proposal
>> some and submit. The deadline has been moved to the 15th.
>> Kenny may be interested again too. He said he wanted to go to SciPy and I
>> have one other student interested in going to SciPy too, who may be
>> +01 530-601-9791 <(530)%20601-9791>
>> On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 2:25 AM, Björn Dahlgren <bjo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Thursday, 25 January 2018 00:10:33 UTC+1, Aaron Meurer wrote:
>>>> I like the codegen one too. Here's our proposal from last year
>>>> We should be able to adjust the outline given our existing materials.
>>>> Are there any major parts of our tutorial from last year that you
>>>> think we should change? One thought is that it might be interesting to
>>>> show some of the new stuff Björn worked on last summer.
>>> I'd be willing to help out with the material. Would like to go come to
>>> the conference this year too
>>> but not I'm not certain it will pan out.
>>> The AST nodes & automatic compilation from last years GSoC are still in
>>> this PR:
>>> If that gets reviewed and merged in time I'd recommend showing Newton's
>>> method in the tutorial:
>>> Both C & Fortran code can be generated from the AST returned by that
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