j: Next unread message
k: Previous unread message
j a: Jump to all threads
j l: Jump to MailingList overview
For what it's worth, I played around with the autopep8 thing I linked to before, and after applying it "python setup.py install" works (modulo a few source files autopep8 couldn't handle for some reason). Looking through the output, it fixed a few things like comment and operator spacing, but it didn't fix things like too-long lines, even when it is pretty obvious how to do that (like in a list or function prototype with many items separated by commas).
I haven't run any tests to see if any logic was broken.
I agree with Matt that we'd probably have to do this by hand. I propose that we at least try to run the pep8 checker on any file we are about to commit a change to before committing, and fix the errors. Doing it this way would take a long time to do the whole code base, clearly, but there's no reason to make the problem worse before we decide to do the whole thing.
-- Stephen Skory firstname.lastname@example.org http://stephenskory.com/ 510.621.3687 (google voice)