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* See also: http://www.knoboo.com/ for ideas, possibilities for collaboration, etc. That code is all GPL'd so we can easily share back and forth, etc.

* Also a student at Case Western has rewritten the security backend.

Google Summer of Code 2008 Sage Project Idea: The Sage Notebook

MENTORS: William Stein ([email protected]) and Tom Boothby ([email protected]).

[http://sagemath.org Sage] is a unified open source mathematics software environment that provides a viable free open source alternative to Magma, Maple, Mathematica, and Matlab. Try the notebook [https://sagenb.org online right now]; also, come chat with us at #sage-devel on irc.freenode.net.

* See also: http://www.knoboo.com/ for ideas, possibilities for collaboration, etc. That code is all GPL'd so we can easily share back and forth, etc.

* Also a student at Case Western has rewritten the security backend.

Requirements: This project requires Python and Javascript coding skills, and a solid understanding of AJAX programming.

The Sage notebook is an AJAX application similar to Google Documents that provides functionality for all mathematical software somewhat like Mathematica notebooks. It was written from scratch (in Javascript and Python) by the Sage development team, and has been used daily by thousands of people over the last year. It's one of the main killer features of Sage. This project is about improving the notebook. No special mathematical knowledge is required. If you're really interested in this project, write to William Stein ([email protected]) and Tom Boothby ([email protected]).

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