In article CADiSq7eqEUibMFvKjeCvH_CjvfUbd7kWKSzxG9dgUVpOxM=bTg@mail.gmail.com, Nick Coghlan firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 1:57 PM, Steve Holden email@example.com wrote:
Is any one person in the dev community anxious to represent that community in the (hopefully forthcoming) "new new python.org" development. Probably a good time to talk about that, as the RFP is open.
I'd be happy to do it if nobody else volunteers. Maybe we can get some RSS feeds hooked up in appropriate places :)
It would be good to ensure that someone with recent experience managing Python releases is included in the process since the release managers are major content producers for python.org (i.e. the current /downloads section including release pages) and have their own particular needs for working with the web site..
-- Ned Deily, firstname.lastname@example.org