Splitting comp.lang.python

Gerrit Holl gerrit at nl.linux.org
Wed Mar 1 13:52:48 CET 2000

<quote name="Mikael Olofsson" date="951913802" email="mikael at isy.liu.se">
> On 01-Mar-00 gerrit at nl.linux.org wrote:
>  >      I propose to split c.l.py in a technical part and a non-technical part.
> I agree that a split would be appropriate, especially if the growth 
> continues. However, I don't think that your proposed subjects are 
> especially good. What would go into the non-technical part? Very little, 
> as I see things. I think that it would be better to split regarding to 
> popular subjects. I can see the following popular subjects:
>   Pure Python
>   GUI
>   CGI
>   Platform-dependent issues
>   Database handling
>   Advocacy
> Then again, these subjects may overlap too much.

What about:

    Python language + builtin functions <-> Python modules + extensions



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