OctConf 2012 was a success. Over the course of five days, we had 20 participants involved, and all but two were there for at least four days. Big thanks to the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques who helped us with all of the organising and logistics.
The first two days were informational and dedicated to getting everyone up to speed on development methodologies. The next three days were a more involved open discussion and development. The schedule was followed with almost no modification. We were sadly unable to record talks due to not being able to secure proper equipment, but we do have the slides.
I’m interested in several kinds of mathematics and free software. Often in an interplay between them. Most of the free software with which I like to directly contribute is mathematical. I’m involved with GNU Octave and Mercurial, a DVCS frequently offered as an alternative to git. You may contact me at my email: firstname.lastname@example.org Most […]more →