[pydotorg-www] Editing permissions for IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments for AndrewJanke

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Sat May 26 10:16:43 EDT 2018

Hi Andrew,

You should be good togo. Thanks for helping out!


Steve Holden

On Sat, May 26, 2018 at 11:07 AM, Andrew Janke <andrew at apjanke.net> wrote:

> Hi, wiki.python.org folks,
> I'm a new user on the wiki.python.org Wiki. My username is AndrewJanke.
> I would like to edit the page IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments, and I
> see on https://wiki.python.org/moin/FrontPage#use that getting
> permission is required.
> It looks like the "Updated" column for some of the IDEs listed there is
> stale. I know that at least some of the IDEs there have more recent
> releases: e.g. the current Komodo 11.0.2 release was built in 2017, but
> is listed as "Updated 2012" on that page.
> I'm a developer who's new to Python, and am researching/evaluating
> different IDEs for my own use. I'd like to update your
> IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments page with current Updated dates as I
> do my research into these IDEs. (And I plan to hit all the IDEs you have
> in your list.)
> I'm assuming that the "Updated" column means "last time this IDE program
> was updated/released", and not "last time the Python.org wiki page for
> this program was updated".
> If you're amenable, I'd also like to suggest maybe adding a "Version"
> column to the tables on this page. The release date for these IDEs isn't
> readily visible on all of their web pages, but the program version
> number pops up more often. This would make it easier for both readers
> and editors to determine if this wiki page is in fact up to date with
> respect to an IDE's last release date. (Or maybe it would make sense to
> have a "this page updated on XXX" statement somewhere.)
> I'd also like to upper-case "GUI" in the section title "IDEs with
> integrated gui builder" to be consistent with the rest of the page and
> common usage.
> If you need some background, you can find me at:
> https://apjanke.net/
> https://github.com/apjanke
> Cheers,
> Andrew Janke
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