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Update of the linear algebra libraries in Debian

April 6th, 2010
In the numerical computing world, the cornerstones libraries are BLAS and LAPACK. They have been used in most of the numerical software for decades (like Scilab, R, numpy, OpenOffice with calc, etc). During that time, many implementations appeared to… more »

Back from the dead

April 6th, 2010
I know, my blog is pretty much dead. Not much time to blog on my various travels. However, I am going to try to resurrect it for Debian and Scilab. My next messages related to Debian will be also published on Debian Planet. more »

A few news around Scilab (packaging & other stuff)

Décembre 30th, 2008
Here is a quick list of new things around Scilab (note that it is slightly modified message of the one I sent on the dev mailing list). Sagemath - it is a software which combines the power of various opensource software. A Experimental "Scilab/Sa… suite »

Guake: New in Debian

August 27th, 2008
Thanks to my great & usual sponsor, I have uploaded a new package into Debian (therefore in Ubuntu) This package is a drop-down terminal for Gnome. Drop-down means basically the ² key in Quake 2 (where it takes his name). Just press the F12 key an… more »

Debian Science policy

August 12th, 2008
We are finally publishing the work on the Debian Science policy. This page is automatically generated from the git repository. It is a still a draft but the core is there. In the meantime, we are still maintaining the Science CDD [1]. Inputs are welc… more »