Sprinting at PyCon
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Call for sprints at PyCon has gone out. I'm wanting to spend the time on PyOpenGL/OpenGLContext and SimpleParse/TTFQuery/PyDispatcher and the related libraries. However, what I'd like to do is sprint on something "demoish" or "game engine-ish", that is, I want PyOpenGL 3.0.0 final out and a new release of the various libraries out, but then I want to build something *fun* with my few precious days of OS time.
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Peter on 02/11/2009 4:16 p.m. #
I know its completely unsexy but if you find people looking for something to fix or a small project. The official support of numpy in pygtk is desperate for attention. Over 3 years since numeric dev stopped its still not supported and the likes of OLPC are screaming out for it!
Mike C. Fletcher on 02/11/2009 6:02 p.m. #
That seems more like a "something the PyGTK devs have to do" ticket. That is, they have a patch and could integrate it when they want. As a note, though, they shouldn't *need* to have Numpy support explicitly. IIRC Numpy can be made to take a bald pointer and some metadata and wrap up a Numpy array from it. Similarly it can provide metadata on an array sufficient for C code to access it safely.