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Release 0.8.0

As already announced in previous articles (#1, #2), we entirely moved our code development from bitbucket to github, and applied a major code revision to make wradlib compatible with both Python 2.7 and 3.5. The tremendous efforts to achieve this have been spearheaded by Kai Muehlbauer (University of …


wradlib goes toward python3

With Pull Request #5 we made the first step to have wradlib support Python3. All tests are running fine now, so we consider this a straight conversion. Nevertheless, there is an open issue which gets hold of remaining conversion problems. If you find a bug or issue, please report it …