Facundo Batista writes:
2008/2/23, Virgil Dupras email@example.com:
The flow seems healthy to me.
What I don't see healthy is that we have, per week, around 30 issues more open (30 is the difference between those closed, and the new ones).
So, the curve is always going up... fast.
This merely means that Python users are applying Python to problems that the current set of developers never imagined. As long as the flow of solved issues is increasing, that's a symptom of strength, not weakness.
If that curve ever turns down, it means that users are giving up on Python as a tool for solving ever harder problems. That's where it gets scarey.