*Evaluate harmonics and cross-correlations of unevenly sampled and nonstationary time series, as in http://www.jstatsoft.org/v11/i02 (which has C code with interface to R). (This is now partly implemented in the [http://octave.sourceforge.net/lssa/index.html lssa] package.)
:''See also: [[Summer of Code Project Ideas#GUI]]''
*Søren Hauberg has suggested that we need C++ code that can:
**Query defined variables, i.e. get a list of currently defined variables. Bonus points if it could tell you if anything had changed since the last time you checked the variables (could also be done with signals).
**Make the links in the "Experimental GUI info" dialog box (the one that appears when the button "More Info" is pressed) clickable. They are not clickable in the 3.8.2-2 version (at least not on Windows 7).
*Improve QR factorization functions, using idea based on CSPARSE cs_dmsol.m
*Allow customization of the debug prompt.
* Start the development of classdef (already underway)
* Add data cursor to trace data values in figure.
*Make the website prettier. Maybe a new design, maybe a more "corporate" design (if we're heading down the "paid support for Octave" path.
*[[Agora]] -- website for rapid collaboration related to GNU Octave. Talk to [[User:JordiGH|Jordi]]
** FusionForge's "Submit a Snippet" and "Create A Package" would seem to be directly usable for Agora's "Post a Snippet" and "Share your Code", respectively: https://alioth.debian.org/snippet/. It is FLOSS.
** ScipyCentral, http://scipy-central.org/ has all the features we need and is also free software.
* Help prepare and deliver presentations about Octave at colleges and universities.