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- SageMath Wiki
- SageDays, Sage Workshops, other activities
- Major external (editable) related pages
- Mailing Lists / Chat Rooms
- Special Discussion Pages
- About this wiki
SageDays, Sage Workshops, other activities
Past and future Workshops
- Upcoming Workshops
Sage/Oscar Days 111.5 for Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry -- February 15 - 19, 2021, ICERM, fully online
Sage Days 112 -- Online, France, Feb-Mar 2021
All Workshops, including past and future Sage Days, Bug Days, Doc Days, Review Days, Education Days, and some other Sage-related events.
Sage Release Tours (version 9.0 and later)
Google Summer of Code
Hosting a workshop
How To Host A Sage Days --- Advice to future hosts
How to Spread Sage During a Workshop --- Advice to future hosts
Major external (editable) related pages
Official homepage of SageMath
Where development happens
dummy package on PyPi
Arch Linux wiki
The most up-to date list of Sage developers is on our list of developers on the Sage trac wiki.
Mailing Lists / Chat Rooms
sage-support, sage-devel, sage-release, sage-announcements, sage-edu for teaching using Sage, sage-finance for finance, sage-coding-theory for coding theory, sage-nt for number theory, and sage-combinat-devel.
Zulip group chat server for realtime collaboration on Sage (like Slack). Fairly low-activity but more than IRC.
The Sage website contains links to other discussion mailing lists.
Development is handled using "tickets" on the trac server.
The main developer doc is the Developers' Guide.
Release notes (higher level than change logs) are collaboratively prepared at ReleaseTours.
Special Discussion Pages
Demonstrations of Graphical Capabilities
There is a single authoritative place to learn about the specific set of packages (new-style SPKGs) that Sage uses: The SAGE_ROOT/build/pkgs/ directory in the Sage distribution. Each SPKG is represented by a subdirectory. The structure of these subdirectories is explained in the Developer's Guide.
Use the following shell commands below to access the information from the SAGE_ROOT/build/pkgs directory of your copy of Sage:
Standard packages: ./sage -standard
Installed packages: ./sage -installed
Optional packages available: ./sage -optional
Experimental packages available: ./sage -experimental
Details about an SPKG: ./sage -info <SPKG>
For some advanced package tools, use ./sage -package
Obsolete, duplicate, outdated
SageWiki page "spkg" - now just links to the spkg section of the reference manual
sagemath.org page "Components" - now just links to the spkg section of the reference manual
- everything about old-style SPKGs - outdated, do not use
About this wiki
SageWiki maintenance. The SageWikiMaintenance page attempts to reorganize the wiki, which has accumulated many outdated pages.
License and Copyright. Contributions to the Sage wiki and to the Sage documentation are licensed under the Creative Commons 3.0 BY-SA license. By contributing, you agree to place your contribution under that license.