[Python-Dev] Python Doc problems
brett at python.org
Sat Sep 30 02:23:55 CEST 2006
On 9/29/06, BJörn Lindqvist <bjourne at gmail.com> wrote:
> > If there are "rampant criticisms" of the Python docs, then those that
> > are complaining should take specific examples of their complaints to the
> > sourceforge bug tracker and submit documentation patches for the
> > relevant sections. And personally, I've not noticed that criticisms of
> > the Python docs are "rampant", but maybe there is some "I hate Python
> > docs" newsgroup or mailing list that I'm not subscribed to.
> Meh! The number one complaint IS that you have to take your complaints
> to the sourceforge bug tracker and submit documentation patches. For
> documentation changes, that is way to much overhead for to little
> gain. But thankfully I think there are people working on fixing those
> problems which is very nice.
The PSF Infrastructure committe has already met and drafted our
suggestions. Expect a post to the list on Monday or Tuesday outlining our
recommendation on a new issue tracker.
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