On Saturday I flew to Prague, then to Pilsen to the ESCO2010 conference. I had to presentations there and I met lots of awesome people.
I discussed with Dmitri how to solve the Euler equations using FEM and I think I know how to implement it now in hermes2d. I will try to give it a shot at the end of the summer, as this is something that was bothering me a lot.
I have made a progress in my fekete points code, I also wrote analytic solutions for the hydrogen atom in sympy. I'll wrap it up over the weekend and push to h1d.
I have investigated how to use github for collaboration using git, here is how it looks like for sympy: http://github.com/sympy.
I have figured out how to host any domain at github, in particular this:
now runs at github. I think this is really awesome.
Besides that, I spent some time discussing how to do hp-adaptivity in h1d with Pavel and other people, as well as I helped couple people with hermes2d and so on.
My plan for the next week is to implement hp-adaptivity in h1d for eigenproblems, as well as finish my fekete machinery and make it fast using cython and use it in conjunction with the h1d adaptivity.