[Neuroimaging] When to use neurostars, and when not to

Bertrand Thirion bertrand.thirion at inria.fr
Tue Aug 25 17:42:47 CEST 2015

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> De: "Matthew Brett" <matthew.brett at gmail.com>
> À: "neuroimaging" <neuroimaging at python.org>
> Envoyé: Mardi 25 Août 2015 17:40:39
> Objet: [Neuroimaging] When to use neurostars, and when not to
> Hi,
> This just came up from a discussion on a nipy pull request:
> https://github.com/nipy/nipy/pull/340
> I thought it was worth clarifying what my position is.  I don't use
> neurostars, so if you want advice on using or developing nibabel, then
> this mailing list is the right place to go. rather than neurostars.
> This is probably also true for the nipy project - in that I can help
> on this list but you probably won't get my attention on neurostars.
> The other two main authors of nipy are Alexis and Bertrand - maybe
> they hang out more on neurostars?  Can y'all clarify?

Hi Matthew,

No, I don't look at Neurostars in general.


> I'm actually not sure what the policy is for dipy - Eleftherios - did
> you decide on this?
> To explain a bit further, I much prefer unified user- and developer-
> discussions and therefore mailing lists, because I think it's
> important to keep a fluid boundary between users and developers.   I
> also have an instinctive aversion to reputation-based systems,
> Cheers,
> Matthew
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