On Sun, 8 Sep 2019 at 18:14, Mark @pysoniq email@example.com wrote:
Pythran is "for a subset of the Python language, with a focus on scientific computing." PysoniQ is not a subset of the Python language.
So, to confirm, your product runs the full Python test suite without any errors, and can run the pyperformance benchmark suite (see https://pyperformance.readthedocs.io/), again without errors or limitations? Assuming so, would you post a full log of a run of pyperformance, to provide an independent confirmation of your claims? Better still, maybe you could donate a copy of your product so that it can be hosted on speed.python.org and compared with other Python implementations?
Otherwise, I'm afraid your claims sound very much like marketing, and as with any such extravagant claims, my assumption until proved otherwise is that there are some undisclosed limitations that make the product a lot less attractive in reality than the claims imply.