Am 12.11.2015 um 13:32 schrieb Leonardo Rochael Almeida:
I think your idea could be very useful as an accelerator if installation in closed environments, as you suggested in your last e-mail, but which wasn't clear in your first.
After all, in closed environments you have control of the machine architecture of all clients, and can be reasonably sure that the wheels you build server-side are installable client-side.
By default, when proposing ideas on this list, people tend to assume they're ideas being proposed to PyPI itself, unless there is a very clear mention that this is not the case, hence Donald's answer.
My only comment about your idea would be that since packages get upgraded all the time, then the "fuzzy set of requirements" can't be treated as the cache key, otherwise your pre-built virtualenvs will get stale all the time...
:-) thank you very much. This makes my happy, since you look at it in detail
Rather, the cache key of the pre-built virtual environments should be the "fixed set of packages with exactly pinned versions" that was resolved from the fuzzy set.