> Pygame's website shouldn't need to explain it in a lot of detail, but it
> should definitely give developers some information on where to get started.
> It's an attractive project for people new to Python who may not be familiar
> with package managers.
Yes, obviously it's not pygames job to explain package managers, but back
when I started I didn't know a darn about those, so it would be cool to
have a fairly easy start.
> We are pretty close to having 'pip install pygame' working on the three
> major platforms - it should already work today for Linux and Windows, but
> there are still a couple of hiccups to be sorted out on OSX.
Together with a link to a "how to install pip" this will make things really
Another question: As I don't know how often people visit the mailing list,
I'm not sure about how long I should wait before evaluating the form
How about a month? Or maybe two or three?