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19 Feb 2019
17:53:15@Lemmata:matrix.orgLemmatum

We forgot to commemorate the one year anniversary of merging #191!

PTSD flashbacks to the infamous 191

17:53:22@_neb_github:matrix.orgGithubhttps://github.com/PlasmaPy/PlasmaPy/pull/191 : Transport eqs
17:53:50@SolarDrew:matrix.orgSolarDrew
In reply to @namurphy:matrix.org
In any case, we hope you feel better soon.
Thanks 😃
17:54:43@Lemmata:matrix.orgLemmatum I will not be at meeting as I'm flying out for experiments.
17:54:58@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Lemmatum: I hope the experiments go well!
17:55:27@Lemmata:matrix.orgLemmatumThanks! We are already off to a rough start... Lost one of our primary diagnostics
17:56:09@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyYikes
18:00:45@SolarDrew:matrix.orgSolarDrewRuh roh
18:01:27@Lemmata:matrix.orgLemmatum It's not too bad as we have our other diagnostics which are more important... But still not ideal
18:03:12@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Ok, starting the community meeting on Jitsi now
18:03:42@StanczakDominik:matrix.orgDominik StaƄczakagenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w90vuKp34kyJUWh-RnvPT01-8PKLG9ce7-YivWNmzKE/edit#
18:03:44@Lemmata:matrix.orgLemmatumHave fun!
20 Feb 2019
19:19:37@StanczakDominik:matrix.orgDominik StaƄczakhttps://picmi-standard.github.io/ oh look, more standarization!
19:19:45@StanczakDominik:matrix.orgDominik StaƄczakstandardization*
19:42:12@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyHere's the repo: https://github.com/picmi-standard/picmi
19:42:25@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyLooks like one person involved with OpenPMD is working on this too.
19:51:25@StanczakDominik:matrix.orgDominik StaƄczakYeah, the same people
19:51:37@StanczakDominik:matrix.orgDominik StaƄczak They're doing some good science
19:59:01@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyYeah, definitely. I should look into their work further.
20:44:18@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Is it just me, or is the documentation for pytest kind of hard to understand?
20:44:34@cadair:cadair.comCadairlies 😛
20:44:38@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyit at least takes some getting used to...
20:45:03@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyhttps://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/contents.html is probably the most useful page for me
20:45:04@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy
In reply to @dstansby:matrix.org
it at least takes some getting used to...
Yes, this is the truest statement of them all.
21:50:41@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy

From a data file for OpenADAS:

C 2. Any downloaded OPEN-ADAS file is made available for the
C personal use of the User only. It must not be used for any
C commercial application, incorporated into any web site or in
C any form re-distributed without express prior written permission
C from the ADAS Project. In particular, but not by way of
C limitation, it must not be:
C * inserted into a managed database structure,
C * redistributed along with a modelling or analysis code,
C * made available on a public website.

I don't think "open" means what they think it means.

21 Feb 2019
05:09:20@StanczakDominik:matrix.orgDominik StaƄczakOpenish
05:09:42@StanczakDominik:matrix.orgDominik StaƄczakYeah that name would have certain flaws
17:51:40@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyA general question! What books or resources have you found to be most helpful when learning best practices for code development?
17:57:01@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy

The resources that I've learned or am learning the most from (independent of language) include:

17:59:43@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Pragmatically, Effective Computation in Physics by Anthony Scopatz and Kathryn Huff has a lot of really, really helpful information.

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