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Re: Missing functions in the statistics package.

From: TrucomanX XnamocurT
Subject: Re: Missing functions in the statistics package.
Date: Sat, 12 Sep 2015 04:00:43 -0300

  - For the OCTAVE core: http://www.gnu.org/software/octave/get-involved.html
    Go to maintainers mailing list (bitious circle)
    this is my case, The function I did pertain to family function that are built-in functions from the file libinterp/corefcn/load-path.cc.
    "Dark path"

  - For existing packages download code of site and submit a patch to https://savannah.gnu.org/patch/?func=additem&group=octave
    "This path is very clear" .

  - For new packages:  Go to maintainers mailing list (bitious circle)
    and https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/package-releases/
    I found it interesting because they say how do the documentation but
    I do not see any link to help me contribute with my code.
    "Dark path"

* For new files: https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/feature-requests/
  this return "Read access required"
  "Dark path"

* For unmaintained packages : They do not say where to go.
  "Dark path"

I think  that Agora is a necessity


2015-09-11 18:41 GMT-03:00 Oliver Heimlich <address@hidden>:
On 11.09.2015 16:08, TrucomanX XnamocurT wrote:
I also want to contribute, but I don't know how begin. Thereby I made a
octave package following this:
my contribution is with the  userpath function

I think that it is a good way to start and let other people test yours
But the last step of how to include code in a octave-forge yet is dark
for me.

See http://wiki.octave.org/Contributing_to_the_development_of_packages/modules and related wiki pages.

If you code fits into an existing package, the package's maintainer is your first contact person. Some packages don't have a particular maintainer so you can use this mailing list.

You may also submit small contributions in the patch tracker:

If you want to create a new package, that is a collection of function for a certain topic, please present your project (with code) on this mailing list. If it is useful it can be hosted at octave-forge.

I think so would be good have  something  like file-exchange of matlab
for people as us. For to have a platform to test our code

There was an idea to make a platform called “Octave Agora”: http://wiki.octave.org/Agora

However, the website is currently down.


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