If enough people were interested we could create a "Distributors" category on discuss.python.org.

On Tue, Nov 24, 2020 at 9:08 AM Tianon Gravi <admwiggin@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd love to have an easy way to keep them in the loop.

I'm one of the maintainers on https://github.com/docker-library/python
(which is what results in https://hub.docker.com/_/python), and I'd
love to have an easy way to keep myself in the loop too! O:)

Is there a lower-frequency mailing list where things like this are
normally posted that I could follow?
(I don't want to be a burden, although we'd certainly really love to
have more upstream collaboration on that repo -- we do our best to
represent upstream as correctly/accurately as possible, but we're not
experts!)

> would it make sense to add a packaging section to our documentation or
> to write an informational PEP?

FWIW, I love the idea of an explicit "packaging" section in the docs
(or a PEP), but I've maintained that for other projects before and
know it's not always easy or obvious. :)

♥,
- Tianon
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PS. thanks doko for giving me a link to this thread! :D
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