I wish there was a python-requests-doc package for browsing
python-requests' documentation offline. I'd like to add it if I can.
I saw that debian/watch currently targets the PyPI tarball, which lacks
As a first step, I'm submitting a merge request  so that
I'd like to migrate my current membership of the Python team to use my
new Salsa login, i.e., utkarsh \o/
(Previously it was utkarsh2102-guest)
Requesting you to please grant access for both, DPMT and PAPT, once again :)
I've read the policy and accept it.
I asked "why changing the name" because (OK, I'm the author of some, but
not all) :
- On Fedora/EPEL : it is lark-parser
- On gentoo : it is lark-parser
- On Arch Linux
thanks for your helpful input.
On 30.12.19 18:04, Simon McVittie wrote:
> There are two options:
> * If "lark" on PyPI is a dead project, or otherwise something that is never
> going to be useful to package in Debian for some reason, then perhaps it's
> safe for the lark parser
On Mon, 30 Dec 2019 at 17:15:54 +0100, Peter Wienemann wrote:
> which says:
> "use the name you import in preference to the name from the PKG-INFO".
> That is why I decided to change the name to python-lark. But given the
> PyPI name clash this is
I am including the Python team to tap their expertise.
For those not familiar with the topic: We are referring to
which is not in the Debian archive yet (packaging work is still ongoing).
On 29.12.19 23:10, Thomas Andrejak wrote:
> Why changing
See  . All the messages therein are spam. If it not being used
maybe people can write to the alioth admin  and let him know that
either the service is not required or perhaps somehow get it cleaned
up. In November, only one mail was of interest which was of py2removal
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