So that's two people. If five people involved in the distribution of Python speak up I will go ahead and create a category on (people can ask sooner, but my personal threshold here to do the work myself is 5 ūüėĄ).

On Wed., Nov. 25, 2020, 00:18 Petr Viktorin, <> wrote:
On 11/24/20 7:50 PM, Brett Cannon wrote:
> If enough people were interested we could create a "Distributors"
> category on <>.

I'd join :)

> On Tue, Nov 24, 2020 at 9:08 AM Tianon Gravi <
> <>> wrote:
>      > I'd love to have an easy way to keep them in the loop.
>     I'm one of the maintainers on
>     <>
>     (which is what results in
>     <>), 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
>        4096R / B42F 6819 007F 00F8 8E36  4FD4 036A 9C25 BF35 7DD4
>     PS. thanks doko for giving me a link to this thread! :D
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