About this wiki
This is the wiki for the Sage - Mathematics Software System project. It helps in organizing development, projects and meetings.
To access the wiki, use your trac account. See http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ for how to get a trac account. (Spammers: Please don't waste your time trying to get an account, since you have to write an email to a human and convince them you are actually a Sage developer.)
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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
Past and future workshops
- Upcoming Workshops
Sage Days 54 Sage Developer Days, November 4-8, 2013, University of California Davis
Sage Days 55 Arithmetic and Complex Dynamics, November 7-10, 2013, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL.
Sage Days 56 Computational Number Theory and the Cloud, January 2-7, 2014, Hawaii.
Sage Edu Days 6, University of Washington, Seattle (June 18-20, 2014) (subject to funding)
- Sage Days N, Theme: Notebook Development, University of Washington, Seattle (June 16-20, 2014)
All workshops, including past and future Sage Days, Bug Days, Doc Days, Review Days, and Education Days.
Recent Non-SageDays Workshops/Events that involved/impacted Sage
Hosting a workshop
How To Host A Sage Days --- Advice to future hosts
How to spread sage during a workshop --- Advice to future hosts
The following list is very incomplete and only contains those developers who added themselves to this wiki. The list of developers on the Sage trac wiki contains more than 300 people.
William Stein, David Joyner, Michael Abshoff, Martin Albrecht, Tom Boothby, Iftikhar Burhanuddin, Alex Clemesha, Didier Deshommes, David Harvey, Yi Qiang, Robert Miller, Ondřej Čertík, Jaap Spies, Marshall Hampton, Jacob Mitchell, Craig Citro, Glenn Tarbox, Nicolas M. Thiéry, Thierry Monteil
Mailing Lists / Chat Rooms
teaching using Sage
IRC channel: #sagemath on freenode (chat.freenode.net)
The Sage website contains links to other discussion mailing lists.
Trac guidelines by Michael Abshoff
Cool tricks for Firefox/trac integration
Note: See the trac server for patches awaiting review.
Tips and Tricks
Images / Plotting / Art / Interacts
Other Sage items
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