[Python-Dev] strptime recapped

Brett Cannon bac@OCF.Berkeley.EDU
Sat, 22 Jun 2002 12:13:12 -0700 (PDT)


> On Sat, Jun 22, 2002, Michael Hudson wrote:
> > Brett Cannon <bac@OCF.Berkeley.EDU> writes:
> >>
> >> It's quite fine with me.  I want to see this done right just like
> >> everyone else who cares about Python's development.  Personally, I
> >> am just ecstatic that I am getting to help out in some way.  I feel
> >> more like a giddy little kid who is helping out some grown-ups with
> >> some important project than a recent college graduate.  =)
> >
> > Feel like being release manager for 2.2.2? <wink>
> Tsk, tsk, let's not burn out Brett before we get some useful code from
> him.

Thanks for watching out for me, Aahz.  =)

Actually, I think it might be a cool thing to do.  I do have the time
(taking a year off before I apply to grad school and thus I am
unemployed).  Trouble is that beyond some light reading of timemodule.c, I
have no experience with Python's C code, let alone writing my own
extensions.  Maybe next time.  =)

Wouldn't mine learning, though.  Who knows, maybe I will get sucked into
all of this enough to do my master or PhD thesis on something
Python-related (assuming I get into grad school).  =)

-Brett C.