[Numpy-discussion] NEP process PR
ralf.gommers at gmail.com
Mon Jan 1 20:39:10 EST 2018
On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 11:45 AM, Jarrod Millman <millman at berkeley.edu>
> Hi all,
> I've started working on the proposal discussed in this thread:
Stefan, Marten and I reviewed in the meantime, and all looks good. Probably
good to accept the PR in a few days unless there are other comments by then.
> You can see how I modified PEP 1 here:
> I used numbers (i.e., ``nep-0000.rst``) in the file names, since it
> seems more standard and numbers are easier to refer to in discussions.
> I don't have a strong preference, so I am happy to change it. If
> using numbers seems reasonable, I will number the existing NEPs.
> Moreover, if the preamble seems reasonable, I will go through the
> existing NEPs and make sure they all have compliant headers. For now,
> I think auto-generating the index is unnecessary. Once we are happy
> with the purpose and template NEPs as well as automatically publish to
> GH pages, we can always go back and write a little script to
> autogenerate the index using the preamble information.
> Finally, I started preparing to host the NEPs online at:
> If that seems reasonable, I will need someone to create a neps repo.
> We also need to decide whether to move ``numpy/doc/neps`` to the
> master branch of the new neps repo or whether to leave it where it is.
> I don't have a strong opinion either way. However, if no one else
> minds leaving it where it is, not moving it is slightly less work.
> Either way, the work is trivial. Regardless of where the source
> resides, we can host the generated web page in the same location
> (i.e., http://numpy.github.io/neps).
> It is probably also worth having
> redirect to
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