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Re: User Function

From: Jose Carlos Gonzalez
Subject: Re: User Function
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 16:25:08 +0200 (CEST)

On Wed, 11 Oct 2000, Teemu Ikonen wrote:

> On Wed, 11 Oct 2000, J.C. Gonzalez wrote:
> > Good to hear that finally somebody would arrange a site with the
> > User Contributed Functions... Somehow, I was feeling that this 
> > topic was dying out.
> As someone else already mentioned, a good site for contributed functions
> would be

Ups, I didn't know it. Sounds good.

> What should be done, IMHO, is that all the useful and Octave compatible
> m-files, oct-files, patches etc. floating around the net are deposited to
> the CVS at sourceforge. Then there's at least a central point for getting
> all the useful stuff and perhaps the development will be easier too.

Well, I guess this is now the intention...

> I'm using contributed functions from Paul Kienzle, Etienne Grossman and
> others daily and without them octave would be much more limited in
> functionality. New users should be able to get a same kind of collection
> of working (and hopefully peer-reviewed and maintained) set of m-files
> without spending ages using search engines and going through all the
> sites existing today.

Same case.

> If the person maintaining the sourceforge site is too busy and no one
> else volunteers, I could perhaps start doing this.

Yep, I guess this is the *real* problem: we are all very
busy, but I think that even doing small things, we all can do a
lot... err... you understand what I meant   ;-S

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