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* The base version of SAGE we'll start with is '''2.10.1'''. This is the current sage release, which you can upgrade to. Also, many binaries are available.  * The base version of SAGE we'll start with is '''2.10.2.alpha0'''  make sure to apply the fix from #2172. 
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7. Timothy Clemans (Mathematica interface, notebook, cryptography) 
SAGE Bug Day 10
The event will take place on Saturday, February 16th, 2008 and officially start at 8 am pacific standard time.
Remember the "Twisted Rule"  Don't work on anything unless there is a trac ticket for it.
The base version of SAGE we'll start with is 2.10.2.alpha0  make sure to apply the fix from #2172.
 [:bug10/status:STATUS]
[:bug10/irc:IRC log]
Write to [email protected] or [email protected] for an account on the bug tracker.
 We'll all be on #sagedevel at irc.freenode.net.
From Linux you can chat via a text console by installing "irssi", running it, and typing /SERVER add irc.freenode.net /SERVER irc.freenode.net /join #sagedevel
If you are using Konversation (the KDE IRC client), you can set up an autoreplace rule that lets you type #1322 (for trac #1322) and what everyone sees is http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/1322 (which lets people click on the link and see the bug you are talking about).
To configure this, go to Settings > Configure Konversation > Behavior > Auto Replace and create a rule with Find as "#([09]+)" and Replace with as "http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/%1" (both without the quotes). You can select whether this rule is applied to incoming posts, your outgoing posts, or both.
Participants (with area they would like to work on)
 William Stein (everything)
 Michael Abshoff (memory leaks, ports)
 David Joyner (minor Bessel function bug, minor tutorial edits, maybe coding theory improvements)
Burcin Erocal (PolyBoRi interface problems  0.2 package, infinity, special functions)
 Yi Qiang (Getting dsage doctest integration in)
 Clément Pernet (linear algebra related bugs, memleaks)
 Timothy Clemans (Mathematica interface, notebook, cryptography)
Many other people will hopefully participate, but didn't yet add themselves here due to the rather tight schedule.