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22 Jun 2020
@slack_astropy_UJPE8EF36:openastronomy.orgBruno Merín changed their display name from Bruno Merín to Bruno Merin.08:48:09
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23 Jun 2020
@slack_astropy_UK6RZ6C3S:openastronomy.orgdhomeier Anyone here having an opinion whether alternative/modified gravity cosmologies would be a welcome addition to astropy.cosmology ? https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/astropy-dev/rQ5OkU8nJ8I 12:03:58
@slack_astropy_U774ARTKR:openastronomy.orgpllim If anything, there was an opinion that cosmology shouldn't be in core. 🤷‍♀️ 15:40:01
@slack_astropy_U774ARTKR:openastronomy.orgpllim We currently don't have anyone really looking after the cosmology subpackage, so I am not sure if we should be adding stuff to it right now. 15:40:33
@slack_astropy_U774ARTKR:openastronomy.orgpllim But maybe CoCo can chime in. 15:40:41
24 Jun 2020
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@slack_astropy_U0LE97SBD:openastronomy.orgtomaldcroft I might be able to answer.. 20:05:08
@slack_astropy_U0LE97SBD:openastronomy.orgtomaldcroft
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Hey guys, I'm working on issue #10344, removing hardcoded filepaths in tests. I have a few questions if someone doesn't mind answering them here
I might be able to answer.
20:05:20
@slack_astropy_U0LE97SBD:openastronomy.orgtomaldcroft
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Cool, one sec
And BTW the people who are really experts are not guys.
20:07:50
@slack_astropy_U0LE97SBD:openastronomy.orgtomaldcroft
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So I was able to rewrite that section of code in test_hdulist.py like this, just hoping it's equivalent: for filename in get_pkg_data_filenames('data', pattern = '*.fits'): if sys.platform == 'win32' and filename.endswith('zerowidth.fits'): # Running this test on this file causes a crash in some # versions of Numpy on Windows. See ticket: # https://aeon.stsci.edu/ssb/trac/pyfits/ticket/174 continue elif filename.endswith('variable_length_table.fits'): # Comparing variable length arrays is non-trivial and thus # skipped at this point. # TODO: That's probably possible, so one could make it work. continue test_fromstring(filename) EDIT: I cant get code in slack to look purty
Yeah, I'm thinking you are probably better off making a WIP pull request. It's much easier to see the code. You can make it a draft PR and put [skip ci] in the commit to prevent CI from running.
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25 Jun 2020
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26 Jun 2020
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30 Jun 2020
@slack_astropy_UJPE8EF36:openastronomy.orgBruno Merín changed their profile picture.23:18:53
1 Jul 2020
@slack_astropy_UAWCRAL7M:openastronomy.orgNick Murphy There will be a one-day mini-conference entitled *Growing an open source software ecosystem for plasma science* during this year’s APS Division of Plasma Physics meeting (which will be held remotely from November 9-13).  The goals of the mini-conference are to review current open source functionality in plasma science and related fields, and discuss how we can grow a software ecosystem as a community. If you are working on plasma astrophysics software or have lessons to share with a discipline who is just starting to grow a software ecosystem, I encourage you to submit an abstract to this mini-conference by the due date of this Thursday, July 2 (sorting code 11.04). There's more information on abstract submission on the conference website. Thank you! 01:46:06
@slack_astropy_UAWCRAL7M:openastronomy.orgNick Murphy changed their profile picture.02:02:11
@slack_astropy_UUV7Z503B:openastronomy.orgPeter Teuben this will partially overlap with ADASS (nov 8-12), but since both are virtual, there is a chance to get something useful out of both! 14:24:03
@slack_astropy_UE3AMRPL1:openastronomy.orgSimón Hi Peter Teuben is there a plan on how to replace poster-like contributions? I was planning to go to ADASS with a poster but I'm not sure how to show our work in the new virtual format. 15:23:36
@slack_astropy_UUV7Z503B:openastronomy.orgPeter Teuben
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Hi Peter Teuben is there a plan on how to replace poster-like contributions? I was planning to go to ADASS with a poster but I'm not sure how to show our work in the new virtual format.
apart from possibly spreading more gently through the day to cover more timezones, we want to keep it as much to an in-person ADASS as possible. You should have seen a survey via email. Talks are webinars (and recorded), the remainder (BoF, tutorials etc.) are regular zoom. For posters we are exploring lightning talks for each poster, But the exact detials how to do posters is the harder one to solve
15:29:00
@slack_astropy_UUV7Z503B:openastronomy.orgPeter Teuben
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apart from possibly spreading more gently through the day to cover more timezones, we want to keep it as much to an in-person ADASS as possible. You should have seen a survey via email. Talks are webinars (and recorded), the remainder (BoF, tutorials etc.) are regular zoom. For posters we are exploring lightning talks for each poster, But the exact detials how to do posters is the harder one to solve
and for kicks I hear they are trying a vritual tour "live stream" at two nearby telescopes
15:29:57
@slack_astropy_UUV7Z503B:openastronomy.orgPeter Teuben
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and for kicks I hear they are trying a vritual tour "live stream" at two nearby telescopes
we have not spoken about proceedings, but I'm the proceedings chair and feel we should try that to continue that tradition, but I'd love to hear a discussion on this
15:31:31
2 Jul 2020
@slack_astropy_U75NUJ99P:openastronomy.orgparejkoj Where is the best place to ask question about NDData and CCDData? There isn’t an obvious channel here. Rubin Observatory has some ideas for improvements to CCDData, but we’d like to talk it over with astropy before we sketch out a design. 18:07:57
@slack_astropy_U765NS6SG:openastronomy.orgMatt Craig there is #astropy_nddata:openastronomy.org though that gets very low volume so this is maybe a better place 18:19:16
@slack_astropy_U75NUJ99P:openastronomy.orgparejkoj
In reply to@slack_astropy_U765NS6SG:openastronomy.org
there is #astropy_nddata:openastronomy.org though that gets very low volume so this is maybe a better place
Thanks, don’t know how I missed that one. I’ve asked there.
18:47:55
@joey:tomesh.netjoey 19:15:01
@slack_astropy_UE3AMRPL1:openastronomy.orgSimón
In reply to@slack_astropy_UUV7Z503B:openastronomy.org
we have not spoken about proceedings, but I'm the proceedings chair and feel we should try that to continue that tradition, but I'd love to hear a discussion on this
Thanks!
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