Am 25.05.2016 um 15:52 schrieb Nick Coghlan:
On 25 May 2016 at 17:13, Thomas Güttler
If you want wheel to be successful, **provide a build server**.
Thomas, aside from that statement being demonstrably untrue (since the wheel format has already proven to be wildly successful, even with developers coping with Linux ABI fragmentation), an attitude of "give me more free stuff, or your project will fail" is not an acceptable tone to adopt on this list.
The contributors here are (mainly) volunteers working on infrastructure provided by a public interest charity, not your personal servants to be ordered about as you feel inclined.
You seem to be angry. Why? I am just bringing information from A to B (from github issue to this list). I guess the author of psutil is just a volunteer like you are. What is the problem? I think the problem is that creating wheels for psutil is difficult. I think we all agree on this. If not, if you think it is easy, then please tell us. My intention was, to find a solution. Regards, Thomas Güttler -- Thomas Guettler http://www.thomas-guettler.de/