[pypy-dev] Some NumPyPy propositions
dmitrey15 at ukr.net
Tue Jan 17 19:57:21 CET 2012
On 01/17/2012 08:35 PM, Maciej Fijalkowski wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Dmitrey<dmitrey15 at ukr.net> wrote:
>> Well, it doesn't matter essentially, from the code I just see it parses
>> dir(numpypy) and doesn't provide information on the funcs been worked on,
>> thus maybe my own efforts to port a func will be just a waste of time,
>> because someone other will make it done before me.
> I guess the main point why it does that is that it can be fully
> automatic. It's impossible to keep track manually marking those
There are lots of free online tables and spreadsheets, e.g. google or my
favorite zoho.com, with many other convenient stuff. A NumPyPy state
info datasheet could be created with 1st column - implemented funcs,
next several columns - triples like (funcname, person_working_on_it,
estimated_finish_date), or something like that, filled by the persons.
Potential NumPyPy users or contributors could review current state of
numpypy development without having to download and install each latest
night pypy build and, possibly, propose their own contributions or
financial support to implement funcs they need and still miss. I guess
it's not so difficult to create and maintain, but, of course, you could
select any other approach.
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