# Sage Wiki

This is the wiki for the Sage - Mathematics Software System project. This is mainly used by developers for organization of e.g. SageDays and discussion of long-term projects.

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# SageDays and Sage Workshops

## Past and future Workshops

- Upcoming Workshops
Sage Days 79: (November 21-24, 2016, Jerusalem, Israel) Combinatorics and more, first Sage Days in Israel

Sage Days 82: (January 9-13, 2017, Paris area, France) Women in Sage

All Workshops, including past and future Sage Days, Bug Days, Doc Days, Review Days, Education Days, and some other Sage-related events.

## Hosting a workshop

How To Host A Sage Days --- Advice to future hosts

How to Spread Sage During a Workshop --- Advice to future hosts

# People

The most up-to date list of Sage developers is on our list of developers on the Sage trac wiki.

Overview of (many) Sage developers on a world map

# Mailing Lists / Chat Rooms

sage-edu for teaching using Sage

sage-dsageng for Distributed and Parallel Sage

sage-finance for finance

sage-coding-theory for coding theory

sage-nt for number theory

IRC channel:

`#sagemath`on freenode (`chat.freenode.net`)The Sage website contains links to other discussion mailing lists.

# Development

Development is handled using "tickets" on the trac server.

The main developer doc is the Developers' Guide.

The development wiki also contain some (currently out-of-date) information on Sage development. See also this recent discussion on SageMath development workflow.

# Special Discussion Pages

# Demonstrations of Graphical Capabilities (mostly out-of-date)

# Packages

These lists are possibly out-of-date. Use the listed Sage command for the newest information:

Standard packages available for Sage (

`./sage -standard`)Optional packages available for Sage (

`./sage -optional`)Experimental packages available for Sage (

`./sage -experimenta`)

# Various Out-of-Date Tips and Information pages

# Other out-of-date pages

Sage for High school usage (see here for development page)

# About this wiki

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