Hey folks -
Here is an update from the Steering Council. It covers July through October.
The update has been added to the Steering Council repo as well: https://github.com/python/steering-council/blob/master/updates/2019-11-09-st... .
# Steering Council Community Update July 2019 through October 2019
## July recap:
manager to help with Python 2 EOL communication. The proposal was approved by the PSF Board and Changeset Consulting was contracted to help with this work. Progress is being tracked here
section was updated to include a dual license of public domain and CC0-1.0-Universal.
## August recap:
## September recap:
Document and was discussed by the Steering Council. The Steering Council decided to continue in this direction.
suggested by the Steering Council that the Core Devs create a Work Group to work on that: https://discuss.python.org/t/concerns-about-how-we-vote-on-new-core-develope...
## October recap:
should be sent out to the python-committers@ and python-dev@ mailing lists: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/thread/6Q...
changes made by future Steering Council.
https://email@example.com/thread/UW...) for approval voting. The Steering Council guided Thomas in the direction of a PR and a formal vote. That resulted in a change to PEP 13 stating core team members can vote for zero or more of the candidates for the Steering Council.
decided that the Steering Council will send an email to python-committers about the topic. Brett sent the email on Nov 6: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/message/D... .
581/588 plan and discussed next steps. Next steps for Python include finding a point person to lead the work (will be a project manager), the Steering Council to find out more information about search features and how mapping will work.
Łukasz Langa) and PEP 605 (Nick Coghlan and Steve Dower's 2 year proposal) and selected PEP 602.
of stubs in typeshed was discussed and the PR around it. It was decided that a sentence would be changed to make type stubs an opt-out situation and not opt-in.
https://discuss.python.org/t/rfc-pep-608-coordinated-python-release/2539) were reviewed by the Steering Council. It was decided that the PEP as is would be rejected, but that the buildbot CI option will work. Nick has responded to the discussion on Discourse with the decision and suggestion.
they happen monthly.
*As a non-profit organization, the PSF depends on sponsorships and donations to support the Python community. Check out our Annual Impact Report for more details: https://www.python.org/psf/annual-report/2019/ https://www.python.org/psf/annual-report/2019/* *Please contribute to PSF; we can't continue our work without your support! https://www.python.org/psf/donations/ https://www.python.org/psf/donations/*