[Edu-sig] The fate of raw_input() in Python 3000
pchase at sulross.edu
Mon Sep 11 17:19:54 CEST 2006
kirby urner wrote:
>> You can find me over at edupython at googlegroups.com.
> Who said we couldn't be passionate and hostile as teachers? As long
> as we have it under control.
> I'm just registering my attitude, risking no one's reputation but my
> own, on a list set aside for teachers (which is what I am).
> I think the petition process would set a dangerous precedent, if it
> were in any way considered a way to get around already established
> machinery. It'd be just like many teachers I know to think they
> should get special privileges.
> I say we give them zero extra power, simply on the basis of their
> being teachers. That'd be unfair to other constituencies.
> As a teacher, I'd be deeply ashamed to have my name on a Python
> Petition of any kind, unless Guido had already signed off on that as a
> viable community process. To my knowledge, he hasn't. Maybe I'm out
> of date.
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Letting the mask slip so we could see the face underneath, eh Kirby?
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