REPOST: Re: Python Popularity: Questions and Comments

Ron Stephens rdsteph at
Sat Dec 29 02:11:51 CET 2001

Cameron Laird said in reply to Alex martelli's question:

What huge firm[s] might possibly make a
>similar decision in the case of Python?  And why?
An intriguing question, to which we per-
haps shall return later.
Wow, YYikes ;-)) I, for one, am intrigued, and I bet I'm not alone. I'm dying to
know what you might know along these lines, Cameron ;-)))

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