Jeff Spaleta wrote:
As a scientific user....who is writing pythonic codebases for data
analysis and visualization...
I'd rather see us have a plan to incorporate the all of enthought's
software base in a meaningful way... instead of cherry picking the 3d
visualization stuff specifically.
Enthought's stuff is a framework that should probably go in as a collection.
There's a lot there... and its introduction as a collection of software
needs to be organized.
If I were even going to touch it as a user, at a bare minimum I need to
know whether this framework layers over scipy and numpy.
I talked to several Enthought people about packaging at PyCon. I think
if we talk to them about their products they'd be very interested in
working with us to get their framework into Fedora in a coherent state.
However, I don't know anything about scientific computing so I'm not
the ideal candidate for working on this.
Jef, if you have time to take point on coordinating this, I could
introduce you to Dave Peterson and see if we could get some