[Python-Dev] GitHub mirror (Was: Bitbucket mirror?)

C. Titus Brown ctb at msu.edu
Thu Jul 5 18:01:26 CEST 2012

On Thu, Jul 05, 2012 at 03:49:52PM +0300, Petri Lehtinen wrote:
> anatoly techtonik wrote:
> > On the subject. Is there a mirror of CPython on GitHub?
> https://github.com/akheron/cpython
> > changes to repository (and allows anonymous to do this). I've made
> > more than a dozen proposal for fixing docs, because as a matter of
> > fact - filling a bug AND explaining why docs are wrong, why they need
> > to be fixed, what should be added - all of this is a way *much easier*
> > (and less time consuming!) than just fixing them. Unfortunately.
> You won't get any changes in to CPython by creating pull requests. We
> use http://bugs.python.org/ for that, sorry.

Question -- is there a reason to abide by this rule for docs?  That is, if we
could get a sympathetic core dev to look at pull requests for docs as part of 
a streamlined process, would it cause problems?

(What I'm really asking is whether or the bugs.python.org process is
considered critical for potentially minor doc changes and additions.)

C. Titus Brown, ctb at msu.edu

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