[Web-SIG] PEP 444
chrism at plope.com
Mon Nov 22 08:40:48 CET 2010
On Sun, 2010-11-21 at 09:32 -0800, Alice Bevan-McGregor wrote:
> > PEP 444 has no champion currently. Both Armin and I have basically left it behind. It would be great if you wanted to be its champion.
> As I already have a functional, performant HTTP server and example filter (compression) utilizing a slightly modified version of PEP 444, and hope to be giving a presentation on its design and related utilities early next year, I’d love to have the opportunity to directly shape its future. My server may be a bit large to be a reference implementation, but until it has its first user I have the benefit of being able to experiment whole-heartedly with features and proposals.
> Since Python 3 was released I haven’t heard of much forward-progress in getting web frameworks compatible. The largest complaint I’ve heard is that there are too few things already ported, which is a chicken and the egg problem. This is one scenario where re-inventing the wheel may be the only way to see forward movement. So far, I seem to be buckling down and Getting Things Done™ in this regard.
> How would I go about getting access to the PEP in order to fix the issues I’ve been catching up on? (I’ve been reading through quite a bit of old mailing list traffic these last few hours in-between writing docs and unit tests for the compression egress filter.)
Georg Brandl has thus far been updating the canonical PEP on python.org.
I don't know how you get access to that. My working copy is at
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