[Python-Dev] [Python-checkins] devguide: Short doc about where to get tech help related to developing Python.
sandro.tosi at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 00:21:57 CET 2011
On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 23:19, brett.cannon <python-checkins at python.org> wrote:
> +Where to Get Help
> +If you are working on Python it is very possible you will come across an issue
> +where you need some assistance in solving (this happens to core developers all
> +the time). You have a couple of options depending on what kind of help you need.
> +If the question involves process or tool usage then please check the developer's
> +guide first as is should answer your question.
as it should
> +Filing a Bug
> +If you come across an odd error message that seems like a bug, then file a bug
> +on the `issue tracker`_. In the bug you can explain that you are not sure why
> +the error is coming up or that the exact nature of the problem is. Someone will
...or what the exact...?
> +Asking a Technical Question
> +You have two avenues of communication out of the :ref:`myriad of options
> +available <communication>`. If you are comfortable with IRC you can try asking
> +in #python-dev. Typically there are a couple of experienced developers, ranging
> +from triagers to core developers, who can ask questions about developing for
who can answer questions
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