[Numpy-discussion] PEP 465 has been accepted / volunteers needed
travis at continuum.io
Tue Apr 8 09:38:06 EDT 2014
Congratulations! This is definitely a big step for array-computing with
Python. Working with the Python devs to implement a PEP can be a
tremendous opportunity to increase your programming awareness and ability
--- as well as make some good friends.
This is a great way to get involved with both Python and the NumPy
community and have a big impact. If you are in a position to devote
several hours a week to the task, then you won't find a better opportunity
On Apr 7, 2014 6:24 PM, "Nathaniel Smith" <njs at pobox.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> Guido just formally accepted PEP 465:
> The next step is to implement it, in CPython and in numpy. I have time
> to advise on this, but not to do it myself, so, any volunteers? Ever
> wanted to hack on the interpreter itself, with BDFL guarantee your
> patch will be accepted (if correct)?
> The todo list for CPython is here:
> There's one open question which is where the type slots should be
> added. I'd just add them to PyNumberMethods and then if someone
> objects during patch review it can be changed.
> Nathaniel J. Smith
> Postdoctoral researcher - Informatics - University of Edinburgh
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