[Python-Dev] New developer

Hye-Shik Chang perky at i18n.org
Mon Dec 8 14:35:46 EST 2003

On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 06:57:23PM +0100, Martin v. L?wis wrote:
> "Raymond Hettinger" <raymond.hettinger at verizon.net> writes:
> > Please welcome Hye-Shik Chang as a new python developer.
> > 
> > He hails from Seoul, Korea and has interests in implementing generator
> > expressions and in i18n projects such as CJK codecs.  Most recently, he
> > has worked on the code and tests implementing itertools.groupby().

Hello! I'm him. :)

As Raymond said, I have interests in implementing PEP 289 as well
as i18n stuffs such as CJK codecs or richer file.encoding support.
I'm currently doing some reviews for list.sort and str.rsplit
following Raymond's worth instructions.

> Does that mean we get CJKCodecs in 2.4 ?-)
> (I'm actually serious here; I would welcome this addition)

I'd like. CJKCodecs got enough compatibility and standard conformance
to be merged into python to my thinking. And source size (500kB in
tar.gz) and installed binary size (1500kB on i386) may be reasonable
enough for most of people.


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