Re: RFS: nfft -- Library for computing Non-uniform Fast Fourier Transforms
thanks for your work on this interesting package. As somebody else just
mentioned you should have a look into the Debian Science policy how to
use the version control system of the team.
I also try to support people of Debian Science and other Blends in my
Sponsoring of Blends effort. This should enhance the understanding
how Blends are working and the profit you might gain when following the
established procedures in the relevant teams.
On Tue, Oct 08, 2013 at 08:47:01AM +0100, Ghislain Vaillant wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Following the ITP filed here:
> I have uploaded a first package for the NFFT library. It is an extension
> of the FFTW library for non-equispaced nodes, which is an essential
> component of Magnetic Resonance Imaging reconstruction. I believe it
> would be a great addition to the existing Debian science collection,
> alongside FFTW. Is anybody interested in sponsoring it ?
> The NFFT uses FFTW and follows a similar data structure and design. It
> also uses autotools, which made the packaging not too tricky to start
> with. Keep in mind this is my first package, so please be patient :-)
> Here is the link to the RFS:
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