[pydotorg-www] Explaining python.org site for new contributors

M.-A. Lemburg mal at python.org
Thu Mar 24 04:19:07 EDT 2016


in case you *still* haven't realized it, we are not interested
in *your* "contributions" or "discussion input", since they are
not helpful and only result in our productive contributors
wasting time on having to read your comments, close tickets,

Please stop your annoying quest.

Marc-Andre Lemburg
Python Software Foundation (PSF)

On 24.03.2016 06:39, anatoly techtonik wrote:
> It looks strange to me how awarded people in Python community
> treat external contributions as a waste of time. Or maybe it is only
> my personal experience? Anyway..
> https://github.com/python/pythondotorg/pull/912/commits/490b24d855704ca481cda3ed5dd49aeda5d4997e
> Does everybody share the opinion that README.md of python.org
> should not explain site codebase and that people should discover
> the stuff all on themselves after reading through the whole Django
> tutorial?
> https://github.com/python/pythondotorg/pull/912#issuecomment-200313543
> I can not comment on PR, because it looks like comments are
> disabled for it, so I am asking here. The reasons why I started this
> is that over the last year there is no interest in developing that site
> from community.

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