On Sat, 27 Feb 2010 04:53:36 am Michael Foord wrote:
On 26/02/2010 17:26, email@example.com wrote:
>> Â Â http://www.staringispolite.com/likepython/ Simon> I'm reminded of LOLPython:<http://bit.ly/271rt>.
You know, I'm thinking while both are obviously tongue-in-cheek we should probably include them on the /dev/implementations page of python.org, probably in a separate section at the end of the page.
They're certainly fun - but they seem to be fly-by-night projects (i.e. unlikely to be maintained in the long run). The risk is that we end up with even more outdated links / material on the website.
Anyway, if the consensus is that it would be good to link to them then I will update the page (which could already do with some updating by the looks of it).
For what it's worth, I have compiled a list of between 14 and 27 implementations of Python, depending on how conservative you are at defining "implementation".
I then went to the wiki and discovered my list was nowhere near complete. Obviously this information is extensive and rapidly changing, so I think it would be better to have the current implementation page be fairly minimal but link to the wiki for more details: