[pydotorg-www] [OFFTOPIC] New at group
michael at voidspace.org.uk
Mon Jul 30 20:43:00 CEST 2012
On 30 Jul 2012, at 19:26, Oscar Campos wrote:
> On 30/07/12 11:59, Michael Foord wrote:
>>> I was looking for the 2.7.2 source code of Python.
>>> From the main page, select "download' (which leads to
>>> http://www.python.org/download/ ).
>>> Below the current releases, there is a link in the sentence "A
>>> comprehensive list of all released versions is available if you need
>>> source code for an older version of Python." (which leads to
>>> http://www.python.org/download/releases/ ).
>>> That page only lists the latest release of each major version.
>>> Version 2.7.2 is not listed at that page even though I believe it
>>> qualifies as "one of all released versions". In the end, I modified a
>>> 2.7.3 release link to 2.7.2, which gave me the page I was looking for.
>>> Possible fixes seem to be
>>> a) Change the text of the sentence from "all released vrsion" to
>>> sometihng like "the latest release of all major versions" or so, or
>>> b) Change the releases page to link all released versions.
>>> I would prefer b), but I am not making the decisions here.
>> I think we should go for option a here.
> I did option b already I can change to option a if you think b is better
I think option a is better.
If we have an "really all releases" page it should be a separate page.
>> I have noticed the link pointing wrongly to a page that doesn't exist on the domain. http://www.edgewall.com/trac/
>> On the Homepage for the keyword "Trac". http://www.python.org/. Sidebar, Under the title "using python for' Software development"
> I have it fixed
>> As far as I know these are all outstanding - at least there has been no responses on the list to any of them.
>> All the best,
> I dont know how to proceed in order to send my changes. Any help there?
Can you email a patch to this list. I don't *think* we have a bug tracker for the website.
> Oscar Campos.
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