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It is true that suggestions may arrive from all directions. Nonetheless, this
extremely useful list is so crowded that if checking email is not carried out
every few hours, it is difficult to detect other messages in the plethora of
pythons and spams arrived. What happens if email is disregarded for a few days?

Therefore, I support a recent suggestion to establish a "science list", where
python-solving problems arising from scientific use of software should appear.

Something will be missed by users of the "science list", though things will
become manageable. On the present list they are not.

Thanks
francesco pietra
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Francesco Pietra wrote:
It is true that suggestions may arrive from all directions. Nonetheless, this
extremely useful list is so crowded that if checking email is not carried out
every few hours, it is difficult to detect other messages in the plethora of
pythons and spams arrived. What happens if email is disregarded for a few days?

Therefore, I support a recent suggestion to establish a "science list", where
python-solving problems arising from scientific use of software should appear.

Something will be missed by users of the "science list", though things will
become manageable. On the present list they are not.
Isn't that called the SciPy list ;-)
(sc********@scipy.org)

cheers,
Stef
Nov 29 '07 #2

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Francesco Pietra wrote:
Nonetheless, this extremely useful list is so crowded that if
checking email is not carried out every few hours, it is difficult
to detect other messages in the plethora of pythons and spams
arrived.
Why don't you use a newsreader to access comp.lang.python? It's
suited much better for tracking long and many threads.

Regards,
Björn
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Nov 29 '07 #3

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