> I tend to feel we should pay attention to what we actually are doing, and do more of that, and get more people involved doing that. However, I do feel that the programmers among us would like some guidance in finding cool but not-too-hard projects.
So I've been somewhat lacking in Azimuth direction.I had assumed that non-programming domain specialists would try producing some Petri net models using one of the most user-friendly cloud-based tools like NetLogo.
Nathan has listed candidate projects. I could only grok some aspects of a simple climate model from Gerald North's book. I coded up the equations until fig. 3.6 but neither I nor Glyn could work out a coherent overall model from the book. Getting the code from Gerald would help my climate education.