[meta-sig] Another try at a Python Web SIG?
sdrees at sdrees.de
Fri Sep 12 02:29:37 EDT 2003
On Thu, Sep 11, 2003 at 06:19:25PM -0500 - a wonderful day
- Ian Bicking wrote:
> On Thursday, September 11, 2003, at 03:53 PM, Bill Janssen wrote:
> >I know this was just discussed a few months ago, but I'm very
> >interested in getting a Web SIG together or reinvigorated or whatever
> >it takes. The current Web support in Python is somewhat embarassingly
> >patchy, given the neatness of the rest of the system.
> >My specific thinking is about three things:
> >1) Add SSL server-side support to the "socket" module. This will
> > include some way of managing certificates. Probably modelled
> > strongly after the way we did it in ILU, if I do it :-).
that sounds interesting to me too.
> There's a lot of people interested in this, I think -- but it's
> challenging because it's somewhat political, and cooperation probably
> isn't likely in some areas (specifically the aesthetics of implementing
> a web application). But I'd really like to see more cooperation and
> commonality on lower-level Python web programming, where there's a lot
> fewer people with strong opinions.
Yes, this would be a shift in direction I'd love to support.
All the best,
Stefan Drees, sdrees at ieee.org, www.sdrees.org
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