2011/10/10 Stéfan van der Walt email@example.com
On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 11:51 AM, Nelle Varoquaux firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I can do that, if it can wait until this week-end! I've used grep in the past for such tasks :)
Thanks, that'd be great! Could you also investigate what happens to our pull requests when we change the naming? I have a feeling they may not appreciate it.
I think that the "merge" button disappears when github can't do the merge without manual intervention, so you have to do it "by hand", by fetching the code, and rebasing locally on your computer. Else, I don't think the pull request themselves are going to be affected. Of course, some of the patches will need some reworking.
The scikit-learn guys have both scikits.learn and sklearn subpackages, but we'll stick to one and simply move from scikits.image to skimage for the next release.
I worked on that yesterday, and I almost have a patch running. Unfortunately, I seem to have a problem with the cython generated part, that I can't import (I can't find the *.so files manually as well). I have the same problem on master. I'm using cython 0.15.1. As soon as I've sorted that cython problem, I'll have a patch.
Other low hanging fruit would be to improve the documentation index:
(It's currently not themed along with the rest of the website)
Then there's also the compatibility table, where I want to list all the functionality we provide:
At the moment it mainly contains MATLAB features. I think that was a mistake on my part; we should not follow MATLAB, but rather forge our own exciting route ahead (playing catch-up is boring).
Lots more to be done, but I'll stop here :)