[Numpy-discussion] adding Quansight Labs as institutional partner
alan.isaac at gmail.com
Tue Apr 9 12:04:42 EDT 2019
Under the section "How will we fund this?" in the first Quansight link,
there is not category of "individual and institutional donations".
I noticed this because the question recently arose at my university,
how can the university occasionally donate to NumPy development?
In order for this to happen, the recipient of the donation and the
intended use of the funds must be transparently documented. As an
example, suppose one goes to numpy.org and scrolls down (!?) to
the "Donate to Numpy" button. It is entirely unclear what that
means, and clicking the button leads to a flipcause site that fails
to clarify. I suspect many academic institutions would be interested
in making occasional, modest contributions toward NumPy development,
if the recipient and intended uses were entirely transparent.
Cheers, Alan Isaac
On 4/9/2019 3:10 AM, Ralf Gommers wrote:
> Hi all,
> Last week I joined Quansight. In Quansight Labs I will be working on increasing the contributions to core SciPy/PyData projects, and will also have funded time to work on NumPy and
> other projects myself. Hameer Abbasi has had and will continue to have funded time to work on NumPy as well. So I have submitted a pull request (gh-13289) to add Quansight Labs as
> an Institutional Partner (we list those at https://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/dev/governance/people.html#institutional-partners, currently only BIDS).
> Both Travis and I wrote blog posts about where we want to go with Quansight Labs. Given the relevance to NumPy I thought it would be appropriate to reference those posts here:
> - https://www.quansight.com/single-post/2019/04/02/Welcoming-Ralf-Gommers-as-Director-of-Quansight-Labs
> - https://labs.quansight.org/blog/2019/4/joining-labs/
> Any feedback, suggestion or idea is very welcome.
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