[python-committers] Making the PSF CoC apply to core developers

Serhiy Storchaka storchaka at gmail.com
Sat Mar 5 03:57:53 EST 2016

On 05.03.16 10:18, Ned Deily wrote:
> In article <20160305043104.60898B1401C at webabinitio.net>,
>   "R. David Murray" <rdmurray at bitdance.com> wrote:
>> I the past few years I've monitored the bug tracker fairly closely, and
>> watched for good prospects, and recommended or inspired the recommendation
>> of several.  Right now I don't have the time to monitor the bug tracker
>> the way I had been and watch people the way I had been, so I won't be
>> in a position to recommend anyone for the next while....
> I don't think any of us truly understand how much time you have put into
> this kind of behind-the-scenes activity over the years nor fully
> appreciate how important that has been to the on-going success of
> python-dev.  Thanks, David.

Want to join the acknowledgement. David's work is invaluable.

>> PS: Actually, let me throw out that the people that had been at the
>> top of my list before I stopped were eryksun, paul.j3 (for argparse),
>> and davin (for multiprocessing).
> I agree with your recommendations for all three.

I haven't been following the activity in the argparse module, but
I'm watching Eryk Sun and was going to offer his candidacy if it will 
retain his activity over the next few months.

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