Sprint Intermediate 4 hours Korean 10 people
There will be a pandas sprint at PyCon APAC 2016 on Monday the 15th of August. This is the first attempt in Korea.
The sprints will take place at the Akamai Korea (GangNam Station, Mertiz Tower 21 floors) from 10am to 6pm.
pandas is an open source, BSD-licensed library providing high-performance, easy-to-use data structures and data analysis tools for the Python programming language.
All experience levels are welcome but it would be great if you familiar with Github and pandas. Sprints are a great opportunity to get connected with, and start contributing to your favorite Python project.
Please see Contributing Guidelines & Instructions.
Here are various issues that are open and would like your attention.
Here is a link to the gitter dev chatroom.
If you want to prepare the sprint, the most important is to set up a development environment: forking the pandas repo, cloning your fork locally, installing all development dependencies in an environment and testing that you can build pandas locally, ...
You can find some information about this in our contributing docs: http://pandas-docs.github.io/pandas-docs-travis/contributing.html
There is no plan to work on something specific, but the idea is that everybody can choose on something they would like to work, and that there is some guidance to do that (but of course, if some of the attendants want to work together on a specific topic, this is certainly possible!).
You can work on whatever you like, but to facilitate finding an appropriate issue, we have the 'Difficulty Novice / Intermediate / Advanced' labels.
I will also put some ideas of issues I would like to see tackled during the sprints here in the coming days.
Please comment on an issue if you are working on it.