----- Original Message -----
From: "Paulo César Pereira de Andrade"
To: "The Science and Technology Special Interest Group mailing list."
Sent: Monday, September 9, 2013 8:53:54 AM
Subject: Re: [Scitech] Fedora 20 Scientific Packages Testing
2013/9/8 Amit Saha <asaha(a)redhat.com>:
> Hi all,
> I posted an update on the Fedora 20 Scientific Spin on a blog post
> yesterday. 
> The key update is that:
> I have created a Wiki page  where I want to list scripts/other ways to
> sanity test
> the various packages/applications that are being shipped.
> So, can I please request you all in downloading the 32-bit or 64-bit TC5
> spin from here
> and see if *your* tool/library of interest is working as expected? And
> please add the "test" to the Wiki page?
Can you add sagemath to the kickstart file? The iso is already large
contains most requires anyway.
There are some known problems in the sagemath package (most notably
is the jmol plugin not working after the last java security updates;
generation with jmol works), but no packaging problems should exist, sans a
windows of time in rawhide, since it was added to fedora.
Sure,I am testing a build now. I will add it once it's done.
Added 'sagemath' and 'sagemath-notebook' to the package list.
Amit Saha <http://echorand.me>
Infrastructure Engineering and Development
Red Hat, Inc.