On Tue, Jun 16, 2020 at 12:19:00AM -0000, email@example.com wrote:
from "https://python.org/some_module.py" import name
The last thing I want to see is modules start importing code from arbitrary, untrustworthy websites.
It will add possibility to run code with complex name of module
Why is that a good idea? Why can't you just rename your module with a legal identifier and put it on the PYTHONPATH?
It isn't enough to propose an idea to have it accepted. You have to explain why that idea is a good idea. If you think that it is so obvious why it is a good idea that you don't have to explain why, trust me, it's not. If it was so obvious, we would have done it by now.