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  • Would you like to learn more about the Tango internals and to know how to contribute to Tango kernel projects?  Now is your chance to hear directly from the kernel developers - Anton, and Geoff.

    The 4th Tango Kernel Webinar took take place on Wednesday 23rd June 2021 at 10:00 CEST (08:00 UTC).  The duration was about 90 minutes.

    This webinar was focused on PyTango - an overview of the project and how to contribute.  The following topics have been covered:

    1. Introduction
    2. Repository overview
    3. Dependencies
    4. How to:  set up a dev environment, run the tests, add a new test
    5. Architecture overview
    6. Practical example:  code navigation while reading an attribute
    7. Useful tips
    8. Contribution workflow
    9. Questions

    Before the meeting, participants were welcome to checkout the git repo:  https://gitlab.com/tango-controls/pytango

    This meeting has been recorded and is available on tango-controls youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCezS9cMkektZNItYnPOAQvg).
    Here is the direct link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnyJsNV1dBw

    The Tango Kernel webinars are traditional Zoom meetings (limited to 100 participants) so participants are able to interact with the speakers and to ask questions directly or via the chat.

    Please click on READ MORE to get the slides.

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    We are happy to announce the release of Taurus 4.8.0.

    This release is relatively modest in terms of new functionality
    for the end-user because most of the effort was focused on
    project migration to gitlab.com and other developer-oriented
    improvements.

    This is the last release supporting python2 and Qt4. Work has already begun
    to prepare the next major version (taurus 5) and therefore taurus 4.8 will
    likely be the last in the 4.x series (no new features are expected to land
    on the 4.x series after this release).

    For those installing with conda, please note that taurus and all its
    dependencies are now distributed via the conda-forge channel:

    `conda install -c conda-forge taurus taurus_pyqtgraph`

    The source files can be downloaded from:

    https://pypi.org/project/taurus/4.8.0/

    The documentation (including installation instructions for different platforms) is available at:

    http://www.taurus-scada.org

    For a detailed list of changes, see the CHANGELOG:

    https://gitlab.com/taurus-org/taurus/-/blob/develop/CHANGELOG.md

    ...and the Jun21 milestone:

    https://gitlab.com/taurus-org/taurus/-/milestones/16

    If you encounter problems installing or running this release, please open an issue in :

    https://gitlab.com/taurus-org/taurus/-/issues

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    Hi all,

    We are happy to announce the release of Sardana 3.1.0.

    To read about new features we encourage you to see newly introduced What's new section in the Sardana Docs.

    The source packages and windows installers are available to download from HERE.

    It is also available on PyPI under THIS link.

    To install from PyPI, do:

    % pip3 install sardana

    or download the tarball, untar and run:

    % python3 setup.py install

    The documentation is available at:

    http://www.sardana-controls.org

    For a detailed list of changes, see the release notes:

    https://github.com/sardana-org/sardana/releases/tag/3.1.0

    ...and the issue tracker:

    https://github.com/sardana-org/sardana/milestone/8?closed=1

    If you encounter problems installing or running this release, please
    open an issue in:

    https://github.com/sardana-org/sardana/issues

    Cheers!

    Michal Piekarski (on behalf of all the Sardana Community)
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    You would like to learn more about the Tango internals and to know how to contribute to Tango kernel projects? Now is your chance to hear directly from Emmanuel, one of the Tango C++ library original developers.

    The 3rd Tango Kernel Webinar took place on Wednesday 20th January 2021.

    This webinar focused on the Tango Events implementation in cppTango. It was presented by one of the original Tango C++ library developers, Emmanuel Taurel (ESRF - France).

    This meeting has been recorded and is available on tango-controls youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCezS9cMkektZNItYnPOAQvg).

    Please click on READ MORE to get the slides and direct links to the videos.

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