Sorry to bring up this old topic.
I'm trying to decide how to handle discussions for PEP 581, and I'm open to
try out new things :)
Are we all still content with posting to python-dev?
I was thinking in addition to a thread in python-dev, I want to allow
discussions to take place in zulip, under a new #pep581 stream.
Will that be ok?
On Thu, Jun 28, 2018 at 4:34 AM Antoine Pitrou <anto...@python.org> wrote:
> Le 28/06/2018 à 13:04, Victor Stinner a écrit :
> > It seems like the PEP 572 discussions restarted on python-dev mailing
> > list with more than 100 emails in one week.
> > Stupid idea: we created a mailing list just to fix os.random(): PEP
> > 522 and PEP 524, whereas these discussions were not the ones with the
> > most emails. Why not creating a new pep572 mailing list for the ones
> > who don't want to follow PEP 572 discussions?
> PEP 572 is a language-wide change. Presumably those who don't want to
> follow discussions will still want to give their opinion (or informal
> vote) at the end. Which will give rise to other discussions...
> What strikes me is that we have such long-lasting and intense discussion
> about a feature which, whether approved or not, will not significantly
> change Python's popularity or appeal or ability to solve real-world
> Perhaps this is a case where « Nature abhors a vacuum » : we're getting
> focussed on whatever comes up to fill the narrative of Python's evolution.
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