if you are interested you can do it yourself. It's actually not that
hard and you will learn a lot about Fedora infrastructure.
If you are willing to do this here are some wiki pages (about rpm
packaging) to study:
Also check out pyp2rpm, tool for autocreating specs from pypi modules.
(yum install pyp2rpm)
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Duchek" <johnduchek(a)tularosa.net>
Sent: Monday, 2 September, 2013 5:47:36 AM
Subject: Inclusion of scikit-image in the fedora project.
I am new to this and am not sure this is the right place to make a
suggestion, but it is the only place I could find. I am learning
python, and was trying to locate image modules and ran across this. When
I tried to install it in Fedora 19 I found it was unavailable in a rpm
in any of the repositories. I have compiled it, but it seems to me this
needs to be included in the repositories for programming in python.
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