I want to know if possibly you have any kind of scholarship or discount or
volunteer works for students who would like to attend the (
https://workshop.dipy.org) and waiving the registration and so on, somehow?
Thanks and waiting for your reply
I just merged in https://github.com/nipy/dipy/pull/1652.
If you are currently working on an active branch, you will probably need to
rebase your work on top of this, and if you touched any of the tests, you
are likely to run into some merge conflicts. Pleas let us know (here, or on
your PR) if you are running into any issues and if you need any guidance in
The switch to pytest will hopefully be invisible to most of our users and
even developers, but is a great step forward. Congratulations to Serge for
all his hard work on the PR implementing it.
I just learned about your DIPY workshop and would love to attend one. I'm not sure I would be able to attend the March session - do you have another one scheduled for later or a regular time of year that you have these?
Wade A. Weber, MS
Psychiatry Research Program Coordinator
Dell Medical School | The University of Texas at Austin
o: 512-495-5217 | f: 512-495-5482 | dellmedschool.utexas.edu
Hello Dear DIPY Contributors,
We want to take this opportunity to appreciate the hard work you all have
put in as a part of the DIPY community to contribute to the project. As a
part of the vision of the project, we intend to increase the
industrial+clinical collaborations and therefore need to push our
promotions to more professional social networks, starting with LinkedIn.
Now, regarding the designation, we wish to keep everyone's position as
'Software Developer'. As for people who make the design decisions and
actively work on maintaining the project: Eleftherios - Lead Developer,
Ariel - Associate Lead Developer and Serge - Release Manager.
The official DIPY LinkedIn Page is located at:
Please go ahead and add DIPY to your profile, so that you appear as a part
of the organization (GitHub shows that there's 85 of us!).
The team is growing with significant progress and we believe that each
contributor is qualified and skilled in their own way. Once again we thank
all of you for your contributions and efforts!
We will soon be sending out updates and help recognize everyone's valuable
• Please do let us know if you have any more questions by mailing us at:
garyfallidis(a)gmail.com, skab12(a)gmail.com or shreyasfadnavis(a)gmail.com
Thank you all!
p.s. Please do not forget to subscribe at dipy(a)python.org our new pretty
mailing list. https://mail.python.org/mailman3/lists/dipy.python.org/
Thank you for your interest in the DIPY workshop. We are excited to announce DIPY registration is now open !!!
?The DIPY project is hosting an educational workshop March 11-15 at Indiana University, USA. The event is sponsored by the National Institute of Health (NIH). See topics and detailed information here:
The workshop will include tutorials on tracking, microstructure, and statistical analysis. The workshop will also include a data accelerator where you will be able to analyse your own data together with the DIPY<http://dipy.org/> developers. More than 15 DIPY developers will be available this year on site to help. All tutorials will run on 3 levels: novice, intermediate and advanced. Register here<https://workshop.dipy.org/>.?
For any questions, please send an e-mail to dipy(a)python.org<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
On behalf of the DIPY workshop organisers,
Eleftherios Garyfallidis, Ariel Rokem, Serge Koudoro
Dear DIPY admins,
Hi, I am interested in the DIPY workshop being held March 11-15 at Indiana University. Is there a deadline for registering for the workshop? Do spots usually fill up prior to the workshop? Is there an early rate for registration prior to a specific date?
Thanks for answering these questions,