On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 13:28, Barry Warsaw email@example.com wrote:
On Jan 30, 2012, at 07:17 PM, Michael Foord wrote:
I'd also be interested in what concrete things can be done in Python 3 to make web development easier. Unfortunately it would better if that discussion happened *after* the web-development summit, but if we have the right people at the language summit it may still be fruitful.
Note that there is going to be a Python 3 panel at the web development summit. I'm moderating it, but talk to Chris for details.
I wish we could do more at Pycon to promote Python 3.
Unfortunately we didn't get many proposals for 3.x talks this year. Myself and Senthil will be talking about it from a standard CPython view (mine is on Windows stuff, his is on general stdlib improvements), and there's a CherryPy 2/3 talk, but I believe that's about it.
~3/95 kind of sucks.