On 09/21/2013 04:51 PM, Donald Stufft wrote:
Any changes to PyPI would require the projects themselves to flag a security issue which won't always happen. A third party project allows a neutral party to handle this.
One thing I don't fully get is how victi.ms - or any third party - collect information regarding the vulnerabilities?
I understand there would be two sources of information?
Also as Nick said PyPI itself is mostly in a holding pattern while a 2.0 is being phased in, new features are possible but they are all weighed against the amount of effort it will take (x2).
Sure, I understand it now.
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