Alan Runyan wrote:
> So maybe we could crowd source the RestrictedPython problem?
I actually tried this at EPC this year: I was offering a beer for anyone
who could break out of the test environment and a bottle of champagne
for anyone who did so and provided a test and patch that fixed the problem.
The problem I set turned out to be unfair though, because of the
stinking pile that RestrictedPython is :-(
(ie: How python scripts use it doesn't have much to do with the
documented APIs *sigh)
The challenge did, however, attract some interest.
If framed correctly, this makes a great lightning talk and the 24hr
focus in a conference setting means people do tend to get invovled.
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