[Catalog-sig] PyCon sprint for PEPs 314 and 243?
richardjones at optushome.com.au
Fri Dec 31 10:34:50 CET 2004
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2004 05:27 am, A.M. Kuchling wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 30, 2004 at 03:35:30PM +1100, Richard Jones wrote:
> > So, is anyone interested in getting together before PyCon for a sprint to
> > finalise and/or implement PEPs 314, 243 (I guess we should ask for some
> > PSF money, though we've obviously missed the most recent grant allocation
> > round) and possibly 262 (I consider this optional and don't believe it
> > should get in the way of implementing the other two)?
> I was thinking of organizing another Bug Day in January; perhaps it
> should be a Catalog-SIG sprint day instead. Traditionally they've
> been on Saturdays; Richard, are you free on any of the weekends in
I may have something on the 15th and 16th, but otherwise I could be free. Note
that I'm in UTC+11 at the moment.
> Regarding PEP 314: the most important question I have right now is: is
> it worthwhile to continue with the PKG-INFO, or should we use DOAP
I admit to not having looked really closely at DOAP - on my initial glace my
brain kicked into its "I need a lot of time to absorb all this" mode and
kinda paged out on me.
PKG-INFO isn't used in PyPI at the moment - it crafts its own HTTP request. At
the moment I believe it's only used as a file in the source distributions.
You might want to ask the broader comminuty whether anyone's actually using
it for anything.
Having said that, IIRC DOAP is a bit of a shift from the actual meta-data spec
of the PKG-INFO - that has more ramifications. As I mentioned, I still
haven't looked into it in detail.
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