Re: scipy 0.11.0 release schedule
Jacob VanderPlas <vanderplas <at> astro.washington.edu>
2012-05-30 19:03:05 GMT
If you look at QHull, could you check if there's an easy way for it to
expose information on edges as well? (that is, a listing of the
segments connecting the points which define the simplexes). If we had
that, it could be combined with the new csgraph tools to allow a very
fast computation of euclidean minimum spanning trees for spatial
clustering. I'm not aware of any good python implementation of EMST
Pauli Virtanen wrote:
> 28.05.2012 17:26, Ralf Gommers kirjoitti:
>> It's time for a new release I think; 0.10.0 was released just over 6
>> months ago. There are a lot of PRs to merge, but no release blockers
>> anymore as far as I know. Does anyone still have important fixes or
>> other things that should go in?
>> For the release schedule I propose:
>> June 7: beta 1
>> June 17: rc 1
>> June 30: rc 2
>> July 7: final release
> The schedule seems possible.
> I'd like to get in as many as possible of the open PRs and any "nearly
> easy" stuff from the Trac. There are also a couple of low-hanging
> bugfixes in scipy.special listed in the Trac that are short of some
> quality time with Abramowitz&Stegun on verifying that the fixes are correct.
> Finally, making the Qhull wrappers expose circumcenters (for easy
> Voronoi) and allow passing in custom Qhull options could also be useful,
> and not too difficult to do. I'll see how much of this gets done.
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