[R] Rmetrics - R-Forge - Workshop

From: <chalabi_at_phys.ethz.ch>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 08:14:27 +0100

    Dear Members of the R-Core Team,
    Rmetrics Developers, and Rmetrics
    Users ...     

    The repository of the development version     of the Rmetrics software environment has     been moved to R-forge.     

    The new R-Forge framework for R-project     developers based on GForge offers us easy     access to SVN, daily built and checked     packages, mailing lists, bug tracking,     message boards/forums, site hosting, a     permanent file archival, and full backups.     Thanks to the people who brought it up.     

    Up to now the Rmetrics repository was     hosted by the statistics institute at ETH     Zurich with the generous help of Martin     Maechler. He also helped us to move from     Zurich to Vienna. Thanks to him for all     his support and help during the last years.     

    The responsibility for the new repository     system administration will be taken by     Yohan Chalabi. If you have any questions,     please do not hesitate to get in contact     with him.     

    Furthermore, Rmetrics will move this week     to his new own home, the old link via     "www.itp.phys.ethz.ch" will no longer be     active due to the reorganisation of the     ITP web server at ETH Zurich. Please use     directly "www.rmetrics.org".     

    Please note, the next workshop for R/Rmetrics     developers and users     

    Computational Finance and Financial Engineering     R/Rmetrics User and Developer Workshop 2008     

    will be held at Meielisalp, Lake Thune,     Switzerland, June 29th to July 3rd. For     further information have a look on the     announcements at "www.rmetrics.org". We     would be very appreciated to welcome you     at the Meielisalp.          

    Best regards
    Diethelm and Yohan


The 2nd International R/Rmetrics User and Developer Workshop ...

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