Julia organizations: RIP?

The Julia community (is)/(used to be) loosely structured in terms of organizations: JuliaMath, JuliaTime, JuliaWeb, JuliaAstro, JuliaGraphs, JuliaDiffEq, etc.

But there’s no longer any mention of them on the Julia web site (the list was removed, although last year the lists were still being revised). I thought they were useful, but now without any kind of listing it might be difficult to find them. (Unless github.com has some kind of wildcard search?)

Was there a policy decision for no longer continuing to mention them? If the list was getting long (as it might have been), this would be an argument for promoting it to a page of its own somewhere…


I agree, those organizations meant a lot for the feeling of cohesion of the julia package ecosystem.

Looks like this removed it https://github.com/JuliaLang/julialang.github.com/pull/638
Maybe the committer @ararslan can comment?


Perhaps we can summon him with some dark animagif magic…


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No need, it’s been fixed already :slight_smile: https://github.com/JuliaLang/julialang.github.com/pull/664

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