I went back to add tags to some of my old posts, and it looks like it bumped them to the “Latest” panel. But for others it didn’t do anything. Does anyone know what’s going on here? I’d like to be able to add the metadata without bumping every old post to do so, but it seems like it’s not even predictable as to when it does happen.
Do you have a couple of examples where that happened?
There have been a few looming API change proposals, and with JuliaCon 2017 coming up, I would like all of the API change proposals to be settled. We are asking for user input for what they feel about these changes. For more details, see our post on the latest ecosystem update.
Unlike previous API changes (way back in pre-1.0 land), these changes are not “core” and are mostly user-focused to try and clear up what seem to be common issues new users…
I am pleased to announce the release of DifferentialEquations.jl 2.0. The release notes are at the JuliaDiffEq blog:
This post details breaking changes. These were some lasting issues in the API that have been gathered over the last year and all of these changes were made in the same release. We hope by getting all of these done now (and closing all of the API related issues!), we can have a much more stable ride post-2.0. Indeed, my main goal here was to make sure that the A…
got bumped by adding the diffeq tag.
I know people like bikeshedding syntax
. I am looking to update the syntax for the macros in DifferentialEquations.jl (ParameterizedFunctions.jl) for “easily defining diffeqs”. I am looking for a syntax that can capture a lot of different types of diffeqs, looks natural (i.e. looks like a math or science paper), but also must be easy to parse. I opened an issue here to write down what my proposal is and start working it into something that’s doable (I’m not sure the current proposa…
My code solves the Monte Carlo problem of a large ensemble of particles interacting with field. I use the Newton’s Equations to evolve the system. Numerically, ordinary equation is needed. Some pieces of my code are as follows:
function Eq1(t, y)
(x, y, px, py) = y
r = sqrt( x^2 + y^2 + s1 )
x_prime = px
y_prime = py
px_prime = -2x/r^3
py_prime = -2y/r^3
[x_prime; y_prime; px_prime; py_prime]
x = Array(Float64, ne)
y = similar(x)
are two of many that did not get bumped
As far as I can tell the main difference is that the not bumped post,
didn’t have any prior tags. The one that got bumped did have a prior tag.
Can you report this to meta.discourse.org?