Before asking *us*, you ought to ask what the PyInstaller developers think of the idea of:
- relinquishing copyright to the PSF;
- operating under the control of the Python core developers and steering council, under their terms;
- releasing versions under the schedule of the Python interpreter;
- under CPython's rules about backwards compatibility and new features;
Thank you for your input Mr Steven. If we go along the same lines, i should begin checking whether anyone who replies forms part of the SC or not, whether they have the right or not to reply to this thread etc.
Next time someone suggests a new feature i would ask him why are you asking *us*? ask the core devs as they will sponsor and they will approve. I asked what you think as a polite way of introducing the idea for discussion and not to be taken in the literal sense. I combined the proposition and a viable candidate to get a clearer idea of the proposal.
I like your inputs on the mailing list, appreciate your presence (you seem to be a landsmark of the list) but find them a tidbit too spicy sometimes. The points you brought forward undoubtedly stands good, are to be considered, it's the choice of words i guess.