Le sam. 3 nov. 2018 à 10:39, Antoine Pitrou email@example.com a écrit :
I'm unhappy with the " Further discussion" choice. We have a governance crisis. Many people would like to see it resolved as soon as possible, I don't see the ability to vote for " Further discussion" as a way to resolve this crisis.
Why are you worried? If many people would like to see the "crisis" (I would call it a void) resolved early, then probably "Further discussion" won't win. So how is its presence a problem?
PEPs cannot be approved since July. It seems like we will not be able to approve PEPs before January, even if a governance PEP is approved and a new council/committee/whatever is elected.
There was a discussion abouge BDFL-delegate for Jeroen Demeyer's PEP 580 which has been somehow blocked (sorry, I didn't follow closely the discussion, so I'm not sure of the outcome).
I would prefer the situation to be unblocked as soon as possible to unblock Python 3.8. Otherwise, Python 3.8 will be the release of the governance crisis with no large new features.
I know that at least two core developers have pending PEPs that they didn't publish because there is nobody to approve PEPs.