[Maxima] Please vote to add Maxima language to the list of approved programming languages in Sourceforge projects
ferriste at gmail.com
Mon Mar 15 03:57:12 CDT 2010
Well, thank you all for voting, now there are 16 votes.
I hope Maxima will be soon added to the list of programming languages!
It really deserve its place there.
2010/3/14 Dr. David Kirkby <david.kirkby at onetel.net>:
> Stefano Ferri wrote:
>> Dear list,
>> because I'm developing a program running in Maxima (SymSAP) and it is
>> hosted on Sourceforge, and Maxima is not listed between the available
>> programming languages, while Mathematica and Matlab there are, I've
>> requested the Sourceforge team to add Maxima syntax to the list of
>> official programming languages.
>> I've also suggested to add the highlighting rules to better read .mac
>> files when browsing CVS/SVN, and I've proposed as a solution to start
>> from the xml rules written for Kate by Alexey Beshenov.
>> If you think this could be a nice idea, please visit the Idea Torrent
>> page on Sourceforge and give a vote to my proposal to see it
>> implemented. There are a lot of approved ideas, and the Sourceforge
>> team will only work on the most popular/interesting, so voting is
>> important. You can fin my proposal here:
>> If the above link doesn't work, you can go here:
>> and click on "Popular Ideas", then search for maxima (on the right
>> side of the page).
>> Please help :-)
> It was me who asked to get Mathematica added.
> I used the default priority. 11 months later, I got an email confirming the
> priority had been reduced. I then sent a response back saying that given it
> has taken a year at the default priority, being in my forties I expect I
> would be dead before it was implemented at the reduced priority.
> Mathematica was added as a programming language a few days later!
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