Sage Days 77: projects
Sage developer days on packaging, portability, documentation tools
Tentative topics for Sage Days 77. Please edit freely.
Add your name to topics you are interested in.
Cross-platform (Linux, OS X, Windows, ...)
Linux (see also Infrastructure page)
- Ubuntu PPA
OS X? (Fink, Homebrew, MacPorts)
Relocating SageMath once built
- See recent discussions on sage-devel, sage-release, sage-support around the relocate-once script
- Using Cygwin etc.
Cygwin64: Cygwin64 port notes on Sage trac wiki
- one-click install
- windows one-click installer, using either Docker, or Cygwin etc, or a native port
Note: Travis Scrimshaw would be happy to join brainstorms remotely: I fly on Wednesday afternoon (Minneapolis time) and arrive Thursday afternoon (Germany time), but I am basically free all day Tuesday (and I wake up early). Thursday or Friday works too from Berlin
François Bissey from sage-on-gentoo: I would be happy to join some brainstorming session remotely from New Zealand. At the time of the meeting I will be 10 hours. 9am for you will be 7pm for me, and 8pm for you will be 6am the next day for me. So I may able to connect during your morning for a little bit and if you have late (11pm+) sessions.
AIMS Desktop is an installer and LiveISO which includes Sagemath. Should soon be available as a public ISO. Will either recompile all Ubuntu binaries in order to be allowed to redistribute, or rebase on Debian.
- Make Sage more modular, using pip packages.
Make interrupt.pyx a stand-alone package: https://github.com/sagemath/cysignals and Trac #20002
Make the Sage <-> PARI interface a stand-alone package: Trac #20238
Sage trac ticket #18497 Update Sphinx to 1.3.5 (and now to 1.4)
- Memory requirements to build Sage documentation