[Python-ideas] Proposal for Algorithms Library
ubershmekel at gmail.com
Mon Mar 4 15:00:10 CET 2013
Sounds like a great idea for a package on PyPI. Once it's useful and
popular you can propose it for inclusion in the standard library.
>From a quick google I found this:
Though I don't really know which algorithms would go in an "Algorithms
Library". You might want to be more specific about that.
On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 2:06 PM, Akshit Agarwal <akshit.jiit at gmail.com>wrote:
> I am new to Python Community but I am using Python from around 1 year and
> I love to do coding on Python.
> Now I want to introduce an idea that I think should be there in Python
> which is I want to start working on a *"Algorithms Library"* which would
> be containing all basic Algorithms in its Intial Phase and then we can
> include all Algorithms which are listed in Introduction to Algorithms by
> CLRS and further extending to all possible algorithms which should be
> Implementing this will be very good for Python as Algorithms are used
> everywhere and developers have to spent a lot of their time in implementing
> the common algorithms which will be reduced as they will then be able to
> use them directly importing from Python which will also increase Python
> I had just started contributing in Open Source and had contributed in
> SymPy's Symbols Function but now I want to do the above stated work as a
> Project in "*Google Summer Of Code 2013 in Python*".
> I need help from Community that how should I start working on it to do
> this in GSOC 2013.
> Akshit Agarwal
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