On 9/23/2010 5:31 AM, Ender Wiggin wrote:
I think I have the skills to learn and fix the code itself, but I don't have the time and I am unfamiliar with the process of submitting patches and getting
Anyone can submit a patch at bugs.python.org. The process of getting one approved includes responding to questions, suggestions, and criticisms. Beyond that, the process may be short if the patch is simple and non-controversial. Others may take extensive discussion on pydev or other forums. Some are ignored or rejected.
One can also participate by commenting on issues started by others. See http://wiki.python.org/moin/TrackerDocs/ for more.
them approved. For example, who gets to decide about the correct approach?
This particular issue would probably require more discussion than less. However, submission of a patch using one approach would tend to push the discussion to happen.