Some bug fixes, a revised storage component, more tests and some documentation improvements are worth a summer release 🌞🌞🌞
See the whatsnew section of the documentation for detailed information.
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Our second oemof user meeting was successfully held in May 2018 at Otto-von-Guericke University in Magdeburg. Thanks to all participants for joining us. We were very impressed by the variety of topics that oemof is used for.
The user meeting takes place on May 8th, 2018 from 10 am. You can find the agenda and further information here. Optionally we can have a dinner in the evening and take the morning of the next day to continue our work in the working groups. But if you can come for only one day that’s totally fine. We look forward to welcoming you in Magdeburg!
If you haven’t registered yet or if you have any questions, please write to email@example.com
You are using oemof? Then take the chance to improve and accelerate your work by exchanging with other users at the oemof meeting in Magdeburg from 7th to 9th of May. We invite you to have a look at our thread in the openmod forum we opened for that purpose and to participate in the discussion.
This late winter/early spring release comprises some new features like minimum up- and downtime constraints and some new functions for the processing of results. Some bug fixes and improvements keep oemof functional and up-to-date.
Checkout the ‘What’s new’ section of the actual documentation for more detailed information.
With this release the pyomo issue is fixed. Please upgrade oemof to bring everything in line (see below for v0.1.x and v0.2.x). Continue reading “Gambling Generator – v0.2.1”
The upcoming oemof developer and user meeting is hosted by the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg from 7th to 9th of May, 2018. The meeting is focused on the organization of collaborative programming as well as more in-depth further development of oemof functionalities. The developer meeting takes place every sixth months and is the oemof community’s most important workshop. New members are very welcome to collaborate on the open modeling framework.
All those who wish to use oemof or wish to incorporate their ideas on the further development of the framework are invited to connect at the meeting, to introduce their applications, and to answer open questions. If you wish to attend please send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unlike the release title this version will be more stable due to an improved testing environment.
With more than 700 commits, 100 issues and pull requests from 14 contributors this has been the release with the highest contribution of the oemof community. We improved the structure and the documentation to make it even easier to contribute in the future. Join our community and become a contributor of the next release. Continue reading “Toddle Turbine – v0.2.0”