|Subject:||Re: SoCiS: maximum entropy method reconstruction for Octave|
|Date:||Mon, 30 Mar 2015 05:16:10 -0700|
On Mar 29, 2015 1:25 AM, "Tomasz Ożański" <address@hidden> wrote:
> W dniu 28.03.2015 o 19:08, Aidan Macdonald pisze:
>> Just to be clear, I am not anyone who could mentor, but I could help
>> work on it. I'm by no means an expert.
>> On Mar 28, 2015 7:05 PM, "Aidan Macdonald"
>> <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:
>> I would be interested in working with you. I do machine learning
>> research for a company in San Diego. Let me know what plans you have
>> for your project.
>> Aidan Macdonald
> This is a very good news. I've scribed some details of the idea on my octave wiki user-page:
> I am not really sure what is the formal way to proceed from this point, but my guess is we should discuss together with Olaf Till if what I have written there makes any sense.
> We probably should move our talk to the octave-maintainers group, since this is where all the discussion regarding Summer of Code projects takes place.
> Tomasz Ożański
Looks good. I read the Wiki. I'll read the paper that you referenced in your Wiki.
I don't tell really know how open source projects get organized, so I will wait to hear from you. I'll write a Wiki too, but in brief, I can program well in C++, Python, C, Octave, etc. I run Linux almost exclusively and am comfortable with most distributions, but prefer Ubuntu. I'm better at programming than I am at math.
Let me know what the next steps are.
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