[pydotorg-www] Edits of Python GUI pages

Mike Barnett mike_barnett at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 20 11:14:19 EDT 2018

I'm hiring someone to create a real, legit, professional Wikipedia page so that I can get embedded in a few pages if possible.   The other packages mentioned all have nice looking pages, so I figure if I want to play with the bigger boys, I better put on big-boy pants.

Can I ask another question?

Is there a nomination process for getting things in front of Python decision makers?  I really and truly believe I stumbled into an architecture that solves Python's GUI problem.  I don't care who takes credit for it, despite it being my creation, I just want to make a diference.  Maybe the implemenation kinda sucks, but it's the interface I'm talking about.

I would like to push it as far as I can to see what can happen.

I do understand that building a user base is necessary.  It's an ongoing thing.  I'm looking ahead to future next steps.


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Angelico <rosuav at gmail.com> 
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2018 10:32 AM
To: Mike Barnett <mike_barnett at hotmail.com>
Cc: Steve Holden <steve at holdenweb.com>; pydotorg-www at python.org
Subject: Re: [pydotorg-www] Edits of Python GUI pages

On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 12:04 AM, Mike Barnett <mike_barnett at hotmail.com> wrote:
> It was really generous of you to OK more edits if I think helpful. One thing the pages could use is a good scrub of what’s actively maintained and what is not.  I think that categorization would help beginners the best.  Perhaps a new column to the table?  Or is that what the “latest release date” is supposed to handle?

The point of verification is mainly to ensure that you're a genuine human being. You're absolutely welcome to go ahead and make whatever edits you feel would improve the wiki.

> I appreciate all you guys do to help people.  It’s a selfless kind of thing to do.  I’m doing my best to help people with PySimpleGUI.  I have no agenda other than to forever change the way GUIs work on Python   It’s PAST TIME for a reworking of what’s available and I think I’ve got just the architecture to do it.
> If you have 5 minutes sometime and are in need of a quick GUI for a utility, consider giving it a try.  It’s pip installable or you can simply copy and paste the SINGLE PySimpleGUI.py file into your project folder.

Cool. All the best!


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