[Numpy-discussion] A roadmap for NumPy - longer term planning
antoine at python.org
Mon Jun 4 04:50:52 EDT 2018
Do you plan to consider trying to add PEP 574 / pickle5 support? There's
an implementation ready (and a PyPI backport) that you can play with.
PEP 574 implicits targets Numpy arrays as one of its primary producers,
since Numpy arrays is how large scientific or numerical data often ends
up represented and where zero-copy is often desired by users.
PEP 574 could certainly be useful even without Numpy arrays supporting
it, but less so. So I would welcome any feedback on that front (and,
given that I'd like PEP 574 to be accepted in time for Python 3.8, I'd
ideally like to have that feedback sometimes in the forthcoming months ;-)).
On Thu, 31 May 2018 16:50:02 -0700
Matti Picus <matti.picus at gmail.com> wrote:
> At the recent NumPy sprint at BIDS (thanks to those who made the trip)
> we spent some time brainstorming about a roadmap for NumPy, in the
> spirit of similar work that was done for Jupyter. The idea is that a
> document with wide community acceptance can guide the work of the
> full-time developer(s), and be a source of ideas for expanding
> development efforts.
> I put the document up at
> https://github.com/numpy/numpy/wiki/NumPy-Roadmap, and hope to discuss
> it at a BOF session during SciPy in the middle of July in Austin.
> Eventually it could become a NEP or formalized in another way.
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