I have added a link to  that points to one of our rather complex research applications. I have also moved some of the contents to OldExamples.
Feel free to add your own, I am curious to see what you try to use sfepy for. Work in progress figures are perfectly fine...
There is also a new issue , which is IMHO a decent target (no finite element/weak formulation knowledge required) for someone willing to get the hands dirty.
On 02/25/10 11:02, Robert Cimrman wrote:
The examples at  are very old (*) and not very well formatted. Has anyone something nice and interesting to replace them? The site  should contain preferably examples from sfepy users (if such a beast really exists), as the work of the team I am in is presented at .
I would like to move the old examples to an OldExamples wiki page for the record.
(*) 14 test file(s) executed in 13.51 s, 0 failure(s) of 18 test(s)
- now it's 59 tests