[Python-Dev] PyPI comments and ratings, *really*?

"Martin v. Löwis" martin at v.loewis.de
Fri Nov 13 00:42:32 CET 2009

> But you can bet your ass that if PyPI isn't made a good, neutral,
> central resource I'm going to leave for one that is. Do you really
> want a flood of package maintainers de-listing their packages just so
> that things work the way you think they should?
> I should clarify that I'm speaking personally and not in any official
> "Django capacity." I don't have personal control over whether or not
> Django would de-list from PyPI. Django's run by a community process,
> and I'd listen to the voice of the community before doing anything
> unilaterally. It's a good idea, this community process. We might want
> to apply it to PyPI one of these days.

And indeed, I do: feel free to participate in the poll.


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