- The recording, collaborative notes and links to community discussion and resources are up for our latest Community Call on Maintaining an R package. Panel moderated by Julia Silge included Elin Waring, Erin Grand, Leonardo Collado-Torres, and Scott Chamberlain.
Software Peer Review
1 staff-contributed package passed software peer review.
- parzer – Parse messy geographic coordinates. Author: Scott Chamberlain; Reviewers: Julien Brun, María Victoria Munafó; Read the Review
On March 16, we paused new submissions for software peer review for 30 days (possibly longer) in the interest of reducing load on reviewers and editors in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
5 new packages from the community and our staff are on CRAN.
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Peter Desmet asked a question that many R package maintainers run in to: What if raw data in package is too large?
Emilio Bruna asked: What is best practice when a dependency is removed from CRAN?
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Python 101: Learning About Lists – A good introduction to lists in Python; they’re kind of like R lists. It’s an important data structure to know if you’re going to be learning Python
Necessary & Sufficient – A good read on how to think about testing in general
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