Hi i am sure most of you have read the article of Andrew Kuchling
focusing more in the standart library than language newFeatures/tweaking and probably i as many others would like to know what the python hackers/developers
about this proposal.
There is a great deal of merit to efforts for cataloging resources and thinking about ways to improve the standard library. Whether successful or not likely depends on who wants to volunteer their time for what.
Where there are multiple, competing third party solutions, Guido has historically resisted ending exploration by locking in a single solution. Instead, he said he prefers "category killers" such as the unittest and logging modules. Martin has also been clear that community acceptance and a commitment to on-going maintenance are also important considerations.
For the core, python-dev discussions indicate that several things are still in the works and will probably happen depending on who has the time, interest, and ability:
* Someday, decimal may become a built-in type. * The AST version of the compiler may get finished. * A mutable bytes type may emerge on the road to all strings being Unicode. * Someday, C99 may rule the roost and cmath will be updated. * One of three proposals may be accepted for optimized attribute lookup. * A bytecode verifier seems to have a chance. * reST support may be added when it becomes mature enough. * The project to transition to unittests and increase coverage is continuing. * If the class/instance semantics get worked out, exceptions may become new style classes along the road to Py3.0.
FWIW, there is a trend toward providing pure python equivalents to CPython implementations (such as that for compiler, sets, bisect, heapq, deques, itertools, decimal, etc). The thought is that these may outlive their C counterparts.
i am personaly very interested in improving the stdlib which is very
in my opinion right now.
It's not clear whether you're volunteering or just making a vague blanket request/criticism. If it is the former, then the backlog of bug reports and patch reviews is a good place to start.