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- A list of topics for a Google summer of code (GSOC) 2011
- A list of topics for a google summer of code (gsoc) 2012
- A list of topics for a Google Summer of Code (GSOC) 2013
- C integer types: the missing manual
- Consistency brigade
- Contributors Guide
- Coordinated descent in linear models project discussion, summer 2012
- Efficient implementation of covariance updates
- git and github tips
- Google summer of code (GSOC) 2014
- Google summer of code (GSOC) 2015
- GSOC 2014 Project Proposal : Locality sensitive Hashing for approximate neighbor search
- GSoC 2014 Application: Improved Linear Models
- GSoC 2014: Extending Neural Networks Module for Scikit learn
- GSoC 2015 Proposal: Cross validation and Meta estimators for Semi supervised Learning
- GSoC 2015 Proposal: Global optimization based Hyper parameter optimization
- GSoC 2015 Proposal: Global optimization based Hyper parameter optimization (SMAC RF and GP) Hamzeh Alsalhi
- GSoC 2015 Proposal: Improve GMM module
- GSoC 2015 Proposal: Metric Learning module
- GSoC 2015 Proposal: Multiple metric support for CV and grid_search and other general improvements
- GSoC 2015 Proposal: scikit learn: Cross validation and Meta estimators for Semi supervised learning
- How to make a release
- How to write docs
- Liblinear fork
- Manifold working notes
- Need for speed project discussion, summer 2012
- Neighbors working notes
- Past sprints
- Pipeline et al. design issues
- Quick packaging for Debian Ubuntu
- Setting up tests to benchmark current and future code
- Third party projects and code snippets
- Upcoming events
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We will be holding a sprint in Paris, October 19th to 23rd
People present: (please also indicate if you need funding, accommodation and what you would like to work on)
- Alex Gramfort, no funding needed
- Raghav R V, no funding needed. Will work on the grid search with Andy.
- Tom Dupré, no funding needed
- Andreas Mueller, no funding needed. Staying with the rest would be nice, though. I plan to work on API, grid searches, bug fixes, reviews.
- Tejas Nikumbh, funding needed for travel and stay. I would be a new contributor.
- Arthur Mensch, no funding needed
- Fabian Pedregosa, no funding needed. I can provide accommodation for 1 person (Paris 13th, metro Glaciere), reach me at email@example.com if you are interested. I'd like to work on stochastic methods (e.g. SAG) or group Lasso or model selection.
- Shraddha Barke, New Contributor. Funding needed for travel and stay
- Manoj, would need funding and acco. Can work on clustering and linear models, reviews and bug fixes.
- Olivier Grisel, no funding needed.
- Giorgio Patrini, no funding needed.
- Djalel Benbouzid, no funding needed.
- Prosper Burq, new contributor, no funding needed. I'll be there for the first three days.
- Maryan Morel, new contributor, no funding needed. I'll be there for the first three days.
- Martin Bompaire, new contributor, no funding needed. I'll be there for the first three days.
- Loïc Estève, no funding needed.
- Vighnesh Birodkar, funding needed for travel and stay. I can work on bug fixes.
- Arnaud Joly, a priori no funding needed (will work on tree based methods, metrics and multi-label tasks).
- Gaël Varoquaux, no funding needed (will work on API and meta-estimators).
- Alexandre Abraham, no funding needed. I'll be there for one or two days to revive an old PR.
- Kyle Kastner, no funding needed for travel or stay. Bug fixes, reviews, testing of GP and one or two new ideas.
- Johanna Hansen, no funding needed for travel or stay. New contributor.
The most important tasks are to finish off pull requests, fix bugs and close issues. For this, it can be useful to look at tickets labelled 'easy': https://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn/issues?page=2&q=is%3Aopen+label%3Aeasy
Welcoming new contributors
The sprint is a great time for new contributors to become familiar with the project. We welcome newcomers. Please be sure to read the contributing section of the documentation http://scikit-learn.org/dev/developers/index.html, and to have a development environment ready in which you can install scikit-learn from scratch, build it, and use git to push changes to github.
Some contributors need funding for travel and accommodation. If you would like to sponsor some of us to attend, please contact nelle dot varoquaux at gmail dot com.