Sage Days 35.5: Bug Days
This Sage days will be a bug fix Sage Days, devoted to fixing large numbers of bugs in Sage, emphasis on calculus, symbolics, notebook, and graphics.
IMPORTANT: Any bugs that are worked on should have "sd35.5" added to the keywords.
The official sage release we will be working with is:
4.8 alpha6 (for normal things): http://boxen.math.washington.edu/home/release/sage-4.8.alpha6/sage-4.8.alpha6.tar
5.0 prealpha 0 (for flask notebook): http://boxen.math.washington.edu/home/release/sage-5.0.prealpha0/sage-5.0.prealpha0.tar
DATES: January 9 - 12, 2012. (But it's a bug days, so things may be flexible.)
FUNDING: If you're interested in attending, there may be funding for you. Please contact <kcrisman AT gmail DOT com> as soon as possible, and by late November if you are not a US citizen or permanent resident.
REIMBURSEMENT: You can be reimbursed for hotel and travel expenses. Here is the reimbursement form. The instructions and address to send it to are on the form. Note that you will need original receipts for all travel expenses; if you are claiming mileage, you'll need to keep a log of your miles traveled and the locations traveled to/from. Contact the organizers for more details.
TICKETS FAQ: This FAQ from Sage Days 27 is probably still more or less valid.
- Karl-Dieter Crisman (Gordon College) (organizer)
- Jason Grout (Drake University) (co-organizer)
- Alex Kramer (Drake University)
- Ian Stokes-Rees (Harvard)
- Benjamin Jones (UW-Stout)
- Amy Feaver (CU Boulder)
- Volker Braun (Dublin Inst. for Adv. Studies)
- Karen Kohl (U Southern Mississippi)
- Cassie Williams (Colorado State University)
- Lola Thompson (Dartmouth College) (cancelled)
- Peter Story (Gordon College)
- Kenny Smith (Gordon College)
- Geoff Ehrman (University of New Hampshire)
- Nathan Carter (Bentley University)
- Paul Zimmermann
- John Perry (University of Southern Mississippi)
- Burcin Erocal
- Keshav Kini
- William Stein