Eric S. Raymond writes:
of them, when I don't see substantive objections and believe I can deal with the political fallout more easily than living with the technical problem, is to just freakin' go ahead and *do* it.
I think this was the right thing to do in this case. A slap on the back for you!
One of the possible futures I see for myself in this group, if both of the library PEPs you and I have contemplated go through and become policy, is as Keeper Of The Libraries analogously to the way that Fred
You haven't developed the right attitude, then: my self-granted title for this aspect of my efforts is "Documentation Tsar" -- and I don't mind exercising editorial control with my attitude firmly in place! ;-)
Python looks like being my `follower' project for the foreseeable future. Take that as a compliment, Guido, because it is meant as one both professionally and personally. This crew may be (probably is) the most tasteful, talented and mature development group I have ever
Thank you! That's a real compliment for all of us.
had the privilege to work with. I still rue the fact that I couldn't get you guys to come work for VA...
You & others from VA came mighty close!