[pydotorg-www] project plan

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Thu Apr 22 13:14:09 CEST 2010

    >> As a piece of anecdotal evidence - I speak to people *daily*, in
    >> which the conversation goes like this:
    >> Them: "Man, I found a bug in the docs/python lib/site"
    >> Me: "Please file a bug, better yet, file a patch! Especially the docs,
    >> they're easy to fix!"
    >> Them: <rummaging>
    >> Them: I have to do *what* to change a line in the docs?! Check out
    >> code? Do a diff? Screw that!! I have other things to do that *pay me*.
    >> Me: Please file a bug at least!
    >> Them: Why bother? It's going to take forever for it to get fixed. You
    >> deal with it.

    Martin> Can you please give three or four examples of the changes they
    Martin> would like to see made? Please be as specific as possible.

The simplest and most effective way to report a problem with a website --
any website -- is to send an email to webmaster at wherever.com describing the
problem.  I have been on both the sending and receiving end of such emails.
In the case of python.org, as one of the webmasters if I can fix it quickly,
I do so.  If it looks like it's going to be more involved I pass it along to


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