I agree with you, but at some point, we could combine solid annotated core 
with a cut off for non annotated code? Otherwise, this will end up being a 

On Wednesday, 11 April 2018 17:16:21 UTC+3, dmoisset wrote:
> On 11 April 2018 at 11:21, Andreas Galazis <agal...@gmail.com 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>> To me one approach would be to put a cut off for any merged code /PR  
>> start inlining type hints/annotations for all new code. This seems to 
>> simple to be a solution but at the end of the day as code gets updated even 
>> bigger part of the codebase will have type hints. The question is whether 
>> partial type-hinting is actually useful, but at least it supports heading 
>> towards the right direction.
> I don't think that approach will work. Partial type hinting is useful and 
> viable, but not randomly.... you need to do it bottom up (covering basic 
> abstractions first). So the place to start is probable the parts of django 
> that change less and are more solid foundations (in my case I started with 
> requests, views and URL resolvers, etc)
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