Is any one person in the dev community anxious to represent that community in the (hopefully forthcoming) "new new" development. Probably a good time to talk about that, as the RFP is open.

I think I'd give bonus marks to anyone who offered (as one of the alternative styles) Jost's random multi-logoed blue designs, which I suspect might be a fond choice occasionally for some old-timers such as myself. No reason why history must be forgotten. We aren't the State Department.


PS: feel free to move to python-dev, where I no longer lurk.

On May 29, 2012, at 11:46 PM, Nick Coghlan wrote:

On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 2:44 PM, Nick Coghlan <> wrote:
In the absence of any -1 votes, I'll get Daniel to send his public key
through to the hgaccounts address. I'll still watch his commits and
remind him that getting patches reviewed on the tracker first is still
often the preferred approach, even for committers.

On reflection, I decided to instead extend Daniel an offer that he
could add me to the nosy list on any issues he was working on and I'd
take a look.

An explicit offer to review any patches he submits seems like a
sensible interim step prior to granting him direct push access.


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