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 email@example.com wrote:
In the PEP-3333 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?
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