[Python-Dev] Re: [Python-checkins] CVS: python/nondist/peps pep-0204.txt,1.4,1.5
Barry A. Warsaw
Thu, 2 Nov 2000 12:32:13 -0500 (EST)
>>>>> "GS" == Greg Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
GS> Shouldn't we allow other people to tweak PEP 0? It would
GS> certainly lighten Barry's administrative overload.
I certainly don't mind at the very least, people modifying PEP 0 when
the status of their own peps change.
GS> I mean, geez... this is what source control is about. Let a
GS> lot of people in there, but be able to back up in case
GS> somebody totally goofs it.
GS> This goes for adding new PEPs, too. I'm not as convinced here,
GS> since some level of "good enough for a PEP" filtering is
GS> probably desirable, but then again, it would seem that the
GS> people with commit access probably have that filter in their
GS> head anyways.
GS> Just a thought... how can we grease things up a bit more...
I do like to make a sanity pass through the text before approving it,
just to make sure we've got consistent format throughout the peps.
Also, I know we're all on "internet time" here <wink>, but one day
isn't too much time to let pass before taking action on things. :)
I'd also prefer it if there's /some/ limited editorial review before
these things get added.
That having been said, I'm very happy if someone wants to co-edit the
peps. The pep 0 re-organization and slacker scolding would definitely
benefit from more than one watchdog.