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From Artem Barger <ar...@bargr.net>
Subject Re: [Math] Commons Math (r)evolution
Date Wed, 08 Jun 2016 20:50:00 GMT
On Wed, Jun 8, 2016 at 12:25 AM, Gilles <gilles@harfang.homelinux.org>
wrote:

>
> According to JIRA, among 180 issues currently targeted for the
>>> next major release (v4.0), 139 have been resolved (75 of which
>>> were not in v3.6.1).
>>>
>>>
>> ​Huh, it's above of 75% completion :)​
>>
>
> Everybody is welcome to review the "open" issues and comment
> about them.
>
>
​I guess someone need to prioritize them​ according to they importance for
release.


Of course, anyone who wishes to maintain some of these codes
>
>> (answer user questions, fix bugs, create enhancements, etc.)
>>> is most welcome to step forward.
>>>
>>>
>> ​I can try to cover some of these and maintain relevant code parts.​
>>
>
> Which ones?
>
> ​I will look into JIRA and provide the issue numbers, and of course I
can cover and assist with ML part and particular clustering.​




>
> IMO, a maintainer is someone who is able to respond to user
> questions and to figure out whether a bug report is valid.
>

​I'm subscribed for mailing list for quite a while and haven't seen a lot of
questions coming from user​s.



>>> ​I think that clustering part could be generalized to ML package as a
>> whole.​
>>
>
> Fine I guess, since currently the "neuralnet" sub-package's only
> concrete functionality is also a clustering method.
>
>
​I was also wondering whenever ML package meant to be extended in the future
with additional functionality, since I think I can provide my code for
several classification
algorithms​.

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