[Python-3000] Is pickle's persistent_id worth keeping?
jcea at argo.es
Tue Jan 15 19:31:08 CET 2008
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Guido van Rossum wrote:
| Looks like you missed Greg's response a few days ago:
| Sounds like he's all for you taking over!
Yes, catching old email after Christmas :-). 6119 emails to go :-(
I would like to take over bsddb maintenance. Yes. But I need to know
about python commit procedures, roadmaps, etc. That is, knowing the
implications aside keeping bssdb code updated. Mailing list traffic is
overhelming to me, currently, for example. I'm a fairly busy guy these days.
And I'm unable to compile code for MS Windows or MacOS platforms.
But I need bsddb and I would really like to see "old" BerkeleyDB
features accesible from Python, like replication. So would volunteer if
there is nobody else to take the gauntlet and "somebody" could tell me
what *exactly* would be my demanded responsabilities and communication
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