[Stackless] PyCon 2009, any interest in sprinting there or remotely
andrewfr_ice at yahoo.com
Sat Nov 8 20:16:55 CET 2008
>Is anyone planning to be at PyCon who is interested in sprinting to
>work on furthering Stackless?
I will probably go to Pycon 2009.
>- I also believe that a microthreading solution should allow IO in a
>straightforward manner which only blocks the microthread which does
>the IO, rather than the entire scheduler. We have the
>'stacklesssocket.py' module as a cross-platform solution of sorts for
>sockets. We should incorporate that into a general solution which
>handles file, process and other thread blocking forms of IO. The
>implementation details of this are unimportant at this time, what is
>important is the goal.
I have been interested into diving into Python for quite some time. I guess my problem is that I never quite know how to begin.
Now that I have graduated, I have more time. One of the things on my mind that comes out of my work with Twisted (and taking operations management courses) is a desire to have a more analytic understanding how reactors interact with the Stackless scheduler.
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