[Python-porting] Attempt to organize people who want to help port
barry at python.org
Thu Oct 21 17:33:19 CEST 2010
On Oct 20, 2010, at 09:27 PM, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
>After a few mailing list posts about porting to python3 when upstreams are
>dead, I've started a page to help organize people who want to do porting
>work without (previously :-) being associated with upstream.
>This is very rough atm as I just brainstormed it in the past hour. I know
>that Barry Warsaw and Dave Malcolm are both interested in this as well.
>If we can keep up the momentum here we might get some useful information
>and get some more people interested in working on python3 porting.
Thanks for getting this rolling Toshio. I've sent an email to the
debian-python list to inform them of python-porting and the wiki page. I'll
be really happy if we can rally the cross-distro troops to this important
Does anybody have connections to other communities of Linux distro developers
or even other OS developers? If so, please invite them to this mailing list
and point them at the wiki page.
P.S. We should definitely have a talk at Pycon about these efforts. Who wants
to (co-)give a talk?
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