I would like to know, how can I contribute for this project :)
I have some experience with C/C++ and Python, but the main reason would be, to learn even more, specially things that aren't usually found in books :)
On Jun 29, 2012, at 12:39 PM, Philip Jenvey wrote:
> If it was a few months ago I'd be up for this, unfortunately I'm not available now. I'll let you know if that changes.
> On Jun 28, 2012, at 4:08 PM, Antonio Cuni wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> as you probably know, the Py3k  proposal is getting funded thanks to our
>> generous donors.
>> During the first round, three of use were selected: me, Alex Gaynor and
>> Benjamin Peterson. However, due to unforeseen unavailability of Alex and
>> Benjamin, we are now looking for one more developer to help with the py3k work.
>> If you are interested in getting paid to work on the Py3k proposal, please
>> apply by replying to this email.
>> To be applicable you need to be an experienced PyPy developer, preferably with
>> a previous experience on the Python Interpreter part of PyPy.
I now have some free cycles available for Py3k work =]