On Wed, Sep 28, 2016 at 11:14 PM, Victor Stinner firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It's nice to have you on board to take care of the new implementation of dict :-) Welcome!
Since you are japanese and probably know well issues with encodings, it would be nice if you test Python 3.6, especially on Windows, to see if you see some potential issues and/or enhancements. Python 3.6 changed deeply how bytes data is handled on Windows, it now uses utf8 by default for many things (Steve Dower PEPs). Are you developing on Windows, Linux or something else?
I'm using macOS on work, and Ubuntu on home hacking almost every day.
I have Windows 10 machine too for building binary wheel, and tasks other than hacking (managing photos and musics, and Windows Update). I use it 1~5 times a month. I'll try 3.6 beta next time.
2016-09-27 19:35 GMT+02:00 INADA Naoki email@example.com:
Thank you, Yury and all for approve me.
I'll focus on polishing dict implementation, and getting familiar with workflow until 3.6.
Github account name is methane
Maintainer of Japanese translation of Python document (http://docs.python.jp )
Maintainer of two common MySQL driver: mysqlclient (successor of MySQL-python) and PyMySQL; And serialization library: msgpack-python.
My skills are network application programming on Linux, C, and Go.
I'm not fluent in English. I'm not good at writing documentation and
joining long discussion. I want to contribute in C and Python code.
- My interest is performance, efficiency, and simplicity.
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