Ok. no more ellipses...what I was trying to share is an unhappy experience
I had with the open source Linux community.
I am sure this will not happen on this Python Dev list of professionals.
Please ignore my comments.
>From now on I will focus on contributing to Python (especially on a Windows
I'm really confused -- you had a handful of very positive responses to
your offer to help with Python on Windows.
Then a couple off the cuff remarks (at least one of which was serious)
about what is often known as "the bus factor":
But I think you may want to take into account the history here.
On Thursday, April 21, 2016, Burkhard Meier
> Please do allow me to share my humble experiences of being a software
> professional on a Windows platform.
> Almost 20 years.
> You know what; when I tried out 'sugar Linux' or Peppermint,,,the "admin'
Please do allow me to share my humble experiences of being a software
professional on a Windows platform.
Almost 20 years.
You know what; when I tried out 'sugar Linux' or Peppermint,,,the "admin'
dude kicked me out 5 times in one sole eve,
Maybe this is just *me*..
You know what: I did have