[Python-Dev] Looking for master thesis ideas involving Python

Dennis Allison allison at sumeru.stanford.EDU
Wed Oct 29 22:21:39 EST 2003

Brett -- 

You might put together a list of all the ideas (maybe even a ranked list)
and post it as a unit to the list for archival purposes.  Thanks.

On Wed, 29 Oct 2003, Brett C. wrote:

> <SNIP - my request for ideas for a master thesis>
> Just a quick "thank you!" to everyone who has emailed me, personally or 
> publicly, with ideas.  There have been a ton of great suggestions and I 
> am going to seriously consider all of them.  And this thanks stands 
> indefinitely for any and all future emails on this subject.
> And please keep sending ideas!  Even if I don't pick up on a certain 
> idea maybe someone else will be inspired and decide to run with it or at 
> least start a discussion on possible future improvements (there is 
> always my doctoral thesis in a few years  =).  I can't believe I just 
> said more discussion on this list was good that I know will most likely 
> take on a life of their own.  I guess I really do want to lose my 20/20 
> vision.  =)
> I also think this thread is a testament to this community in general and 
> this list specifically on how we help others when we can and in the 
> nicest way possible.  I have to admit I say with great pride that I am a 
> part of this wonderful community.
> -Brett
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