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Since version 9.0, Sage is using Python 3. See Python3-Switch for more information.
SageDays, Sage Workshops, other activities
Past and future Workshops
- Upcoming Workshops
Sage Days 113 -- Symbolic Computation: Algorithms, Learning and Engineering - Gebze Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, August 10–14, 2022
Sage Days 116 — South Korea, December, 2022 (tentative)
All Workshops, including past and future Sage Days, Bug Days, Doc Days, Review Days, Education Days, and some other Sage-related events.
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
The most up-to date list of Sage developers is on our list of developers on the Sage trac wiki.
Some people still maintain their wiki homepages.
Mailing Lists / Chat Rooms
Zulip group chat server for realtime collaboration on Sage (like Slack). Fairly low-activity.
SageMath has a presence on some Social Networks.
See SageMath Development Organization Page on the Sage Trac server.
Release notes (higher level than change logs) are collaboratively prepared at ReleaseTours.
Special Discussion Pages
Features and Packages
Demonstrations of Graphical Capabilities
About this wiki
Editing the wiki. Page editing uses the MoinMoin syntax. To edit the wiki, you will need a log in using your legacy sage-trac account account; a GitHub account cannot be used for this. Since it is a wiki, pages should be made to last over many, and frequent, changes. If an external link is made, please attach relevant files/content to avoid broken links. If you edit an existing page with a long history, a key question is: "If someone opens this page tomorrow, will they be able to tell which information is current and which is outdated?" Edit accordingly.
SageWiki maintenance. The SageWikiMaintenance page attempts to reorganize the wiki, which has accumulated many outdated pages. Pages related to development are being transferred to the Trac wiki or merged in our developer guide.
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