On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 1:23 PM, Terry Reedy firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Python, to whatever level, easier than with 2.x. But I think further steps will require more initiative from the various other-language communities. In other words, more is needed than 'I think it would be a good idea...'. I also think it would be good if they cooperated to not re-invent the wheel (differently) for each language and form something like an Intermation Python Working Group (assuming there is not such now). Current core developers, of necessity, are comfortable enough with the current situation and mostly have other itches to scratch.
As we were talking about this issues here in our local mailing list too, I set forward and made a draft proposal with some thoughts:
It includes very very early patch against trunk, with some messages translated to spanish (harcoded).
Sorry if there is any mistake, I hope the interested people (here in Argentina at least), with more experience in C and Python, would help me to fix/enhance this and/or champion it.
Do you think this is the right way?
Any advice will be appreciated, and any help is welcome
BTW, as you may have noticed, my first language is Spanish, so pardon my English.