10. Contributors

Here is a list of the main contributors:

10.1. Main modules

10.1.1. Functionalities

  • Sébastien Weber, Research Engineer at CEMES/CNRS
  • David Bresteau, Research Engineer at Attolab facility, CEA Saclay

10.1.2. Cleaning

  • Sébastien Weber, Research Engineer at CEMES/CNRS
  • David Trémouilles, Researcher at LAAS/CNRS

10.2. Plugins

  • Sébastien Weber, Research Engineer at CEMES/CNRS
  • Sophie Meuret, Researcher at CEMES/CNRS
  • David Bresteau, Research Engineer at Attolab facility, CEA Saclay

10.3. Extensions

  • Sébastien Weber, Research Engineer at CEMES/CNRS
  • Romain Geneaux, Researcher at CEA Saclay contributed to the PyMoDAQ-Femto extension

10.4. Documentation

  • Sébastien Weber, Research Engineer at CEMES/CNRS
  • Matthieu Cabos helped with this documentation

10.5. Testing

  • Sébastien Weber, Research Engineer at CEMES/CNRS
  • Pierre Jannot wrote tests with a total of 5000 lines of code tested during his internship at CEMES in 2021

10.6. You want to contribute?

If you’re willing to help, you can clone the up-to-date GitHub repo: https://github.com/CEMES-CNRS using git command line or GitHub Desktop. I advise to create a dedicated conda environment for this and install PyMoDAQ’s package as a developer:

  • conda create -n dev_env
  • conda activate dev_env
  • cd to the location of the folder where you downloaded or cloned the repository.
  • install the package as a developer using the command pip install -e ..

Any change on the code will be seen by python interpreter. When ready, you can ask to push your code into the main development branch. A simpler way is to raise Issues on PyMoDAQ’s github page.

Note

If you’re not in the list and contributed somehow, sorry for that and let us know at sebastien.weber@cemes.fr