It's worth noting that I was discouraged from making ASGI a PEP by several Python core developers, which is why I have not been pursuing that process any further. I'm not sure I share this view, so I may come back to it in the future, but there's a reason it's not in the process right now.

As for the deployment format - I feel like the presence of Docker and other deployment formats that are not Python specific has aged that part of the original PEP somewhat. I'm not sure we would even be able to back one.

Andrew

On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 12:18 PM M.-A. Lemburg <mal@egenix.com> wrote:
WSGI and ASGI are similar to the Python DB-API, in the sense that they
define a standard Python API. The DB-API uses

Type: Informational

for this purpose; and yes, it doesn't go through the standard
PEP process, but instead is discussed and finalized by a SIG.

Since WSGI and (probably soon) ASGI are very common API standards
in Python land, they deserve to go into the PEP index as well, IMO.


On 28.01.2020 19:45, Brett Cannon wrote:
> The PEP index can be found at https://www.python.org/dev/peps/ and there
> isn't any PEP on this.
>
> But honestly, I don't think this sort of thing should be a PEP. Look at
> ASGI and how that isn't a PEP and still manages to exist. Since this isn't
> a language-related or package-related thing I don't think it really needs
> to go through the PEP process.
>
> On Mon, Jan 27, 2020 at 8:07 PM Jesús Gómez <jgomo3@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> In the PEP-3333[1] they say the following:
>>
>> """
>> After a sufficient number of servers and frameworks have implemented WSGI
>> to provide field experience with varying deployment requirements, it may
>> make sense to create another PEP, describing a deployment standard for WSGI
>> servers and application frameworks.
>> """
>>
>> Did this happen already? Will this happen anytime?
>>
>> [1] https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-3333/
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