[Catalog-sig] ANN: PyPM Index - build notification by author; import data
alexis at notmyidea.org
Fri Nov 26 01:05:47 CET 2010
Is there any place other than here to make some feedback on what you're
proposing via pypm ?
I can see that the emails appears in clear for instance, and I don't
think it is a good idea. Spammers bots are looking for that.
Also, even if the service you propose is great (that's good to know
there are some ways to get binary packages easily), adding another tool
(pypm) to the stack, and refering only to this one on your pages seems a
bit confusing. People start to use tools like setuptools/distribute and
pip, and, oh, there is another one !
Otherwise, I think you're adding some great things to the current index:
I do like to have a feed with the failing builds and the list of imports
with the same name.
Le 11/25/2010 06:09 AM, Sridhar Ratnakumar a écrit :
> There are, now, a couple more features to the previously announced PyPM
> Index that I think would be of interest if you are a developer of Python
> packages on PyPI.
> 1. an RSS feed for each author that shows the recently failing builds
> (eg: to identify bugs in releases)
> 2. The "import" feature shows if multiple packages provide the same
> import (eg: site-packages/tests) ... and, map packages to imports and
> vice-versa. See the "import conflicts" section for interesting set of
> For more details, see my blog post:
> Sridhar Ratnakumar
> Python Developer
> ActiveState, The Dynamic Language Experts
> On 11/10/2010 5:08 PM, Sridhar Ratnakumar wrote:
>> I'd like to announce the availability of PyPM Index - frontend to
>> browse/search Python packages available in the PyPM repository:
>> The site also has some nifty features that, I think, may be of use to
>> package authors:
>> 1. Author pages
>> 2. Build RSS notification (released with a setup.py bug?)
>> 3. Dependency information
>> For more details, see this blog post:
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