C. Titus Brown wrote:
On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 07:30:01PM -0300, Daniel (ajax) Diniz wrote: I do think you should be prepared for pushback from python-dev on any such ideas ;). Don't get too ambitious about writing up *your* way of fixing things, but rather make sure you and the students are prepared to adapt to what people on python-dev think. Mind you, ultimately the people doing the work should make the decisions, but input from python-dev is usually pretty useful even when it's contradictory!
Everything I've seen from Daniel so far seems to be about either making things we already do more efficient, or else providing additional features in ways that don't make the tools any more confusing for others already used to a particular way of doing things. So he seems to be navigating this particular minefield pretty well so far.
Then again, I may be a little biased - some of the recent bug tracker changes are things I had wished for in the past, but never chipped in any code to help make them happen :)