[Numpy-discussion] Download page still points to SVN
travis at continuum.io
Thu Jan 19 12:21:31 EST 2012
I think the problem here is one of delegation and information.
I'm not even sure how the web-pages get updated at this point. Does anyone on this list know? I think it would be a great idea to move to github pages for the NumPy project at least.
On Jan 19, 2012, at 12:39 AM, Fernando Perez wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 10:19 PM, Scott Sinclair
> <scott.sinclair.za at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think (as usual), the problem is that fixing the situation lies on
>> the shoulders of people who are already heavily overburdened..
> I certainly understand that problem, as I'm eternally behind on a
> million things regarding ipython.
> But the only solution to these problems is delegation, not asking the
> already overburdened few to work even harder than they already do. I
> wonder if we could distribute the process of managing the websites a
> little more for numpy/scipy, so this didn't bottleneck as much.
> Furthermore, managing those is the kind of task that can be
> accomplished by someone who may not feel comfortable touching the
> numpy C core, and yet it's a *great* way to help the project out.
> In ipython, we've moved to github-pages hosting for everything, which
> means that now having a web team is as easy as clicking on the github
> interface a couple of times, and that's one more task we can get help
> on from others. In fairness, right now the ipython-web team is the
> same people as the core, but at least things are in place to accept
> new hands helping should they become available, without any conflict
> with core development.
> Just a thought.
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