brett at python.org
Fri Mar 9 21:03:08 CET 2007
On 3/9/07, Žiga Seilnacht <ziga.seilnacht at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all!
> I have just accepted an invitation to become a Python
> developer, so I feel obliged to introduce myself.
> My name is Žiga Seilnacht. I'm currently studying civil
> engineering at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
> I started learning Python approximately two years ago, as
> my first computer language. I got involved with Python
> development a year ago, on the last bug day. My experience
> was much more pleasant than Michael Foord's; Georg checked
> in my first patch in under 30 minutes, and he had to fix
> my tests first :).
> As a Python developer, I will continue to focus on bug
> triage, bug fixing and reviewing patches; I don't feel
> I'm qualified for language design.
Don't worry about it. You can still express your opinion as a user of
Python. Language design is more about getting hit with some
inspiration for something than being "qualified" for it.
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