[Python-Dev] python-dev Summary for 2004-12-16 through 2004-12-31 [draft]

Brett C. bac at OCF.Berkeley.EDU
Tue Feb 1 23:22:45 CET 2005

Paul Moore wrote:
> On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 14:02:20 -0800, Brett C. <bac at ocf.berkeley.edu> wrote:
>>2.5 was released just before the time this summary covers so most stuff was on bug
>>fixes discovered after the release.
> Give Guido the time machine keys back!

Fine, but I was going to go back in time, win the lottery, and give so much 
money to the PSF that a bunch of people were going to work on Python full-time 
for the rest of their lives.  It's your fault, Paul, that isn't going to happen 
now.  =)

> I assume you meant 2.4, or is this a blatant attempt to get back ahead
> of schedule with summaries? :-)

=)  No, it's a typo.  Problem of always using and working on 2.5 but having to 
remember when I am dealing with older versions.

> Paul.
> PS If you look in this month's python-dev archives, you'll see
> evidence of /F's last attempt to steal the time machine, with a
> message posted from the "far future" of Feb 23rd, 2005. He clearly
> stalled the machine, as he posted from an alternate reality. Let this
> be a warning!

Will actually be nice to finally not have to automatically skip the first line 
in the archive page thanks to that funky email.


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