REPOST: Re: Origin of ly y'rs signature style

Michael Hudson mwh at
Sun Dec 30 16:47:25 EST 2001

"Emile van Sebille" <emile at> writes:

> I know I've read a good article or post on the origin and adoption
> of the "xx-xx-xx ly y'rs" signoffs brought to the python group by
> Tim Peters.  After some searching this morning I couldn't relocate
> that article/post.  Does anyone have a link to it?

There's something about it in AMK's python quotes collection:

and there may be something in the Tim Peters shrine:


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