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 Henry Cohn:
  I hate the E.conductor(). I would like conductor(E).  Make it so SAGE can open any format file. MATLAB can do.
 Load a jpeg; fancy demos.
 computation fixes.
  should have 50 times as many  easy for random people to submit  e.g., I use Magma just for sloane's lattice tables,
 which are built in.
  Optimization:
 conj grad
 newton
 grad descent
 labeled boxes for other people.
 the best free ones are all mediocre,
 so I have to use CPLEX (?). $1020K/cpu/year.
 But we could do exact, arbitrary precision, and double
 precision LP solver that could do tons of comptuations with doubles without too much overhead.
 nothing arbitrary precision available
 implement a descent but not so supergood arbitrary precision
 would be good.
 nauty.
 But I want edgelabeled graphs!! It would be tremendously useful to deal with edgelabeled (hyper) graphs.
 make it easy for someone with no clue to get beautiful
 visualizations of cellular automata.
 fractals; julia sets
 explicit covering maps in terms of hypergeometric functions
 Bernard Deconinck (from UW applied math)  maple code
 Publish classroom tested lecture plans that use
 SAGE
 Get undergrads to make lesson plans.
 NSF GK12: UW grad students involved in local community.
 You don't have to rely on other people; you get to
 easily change things.
 Students can makes things arbitrarily more complicated.
  I hate the E.conductor(). I would like conductor(E).  Make it so SAGE can open any format file. MATLAB can do.