[Stackless] Fwd: Re: [Python-Dev] PEP process entry point and ill fated initiatives

Richard Tew richard.m.tew at gmail.com
Fri Nov 29 00:15:57 CET 2013

I am not sure what has gotten you so riled up :-)

Do you think the Python development process is overly bureaucratic these days?


On 11/29/13, Christian Tismer <tismer at stackless.com> wrote:
> Hi friends,
> I almost fell in the trap to react to this by saying
> """hey, I could have reacted exactly as anatoly did""".
> Guido's explainment is the first thing that was understandable to me.
> The whole rest, hard to follow links to long chains of other links
> to related documents, the unfriendly, burocratic treatment in the
> issue-tracker, the closing of issue as a slap in the face - this made
> me feel like it was myself:
> It appears as he wanted to improve the PEP process and submit a patch to
> the peps by a pull request that was not the way peps work.
> My goodness, he was asked to discuss this first on python-ideas!
> I think I know why I never submit peps.
> I would like to know your opinion befor I start another fight for nothing.
> I have the impression that people no longer realize how boring and
> distracting
> it is to even read all the stuff.
> And I think the intent to avoid a discussion in the large on Python-dev
> was a good
> thing that should be honored.
> Cheers -- Chris

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