PEP scepticism

Andrew Kuchling akuchlin at mems-exchange.org
Fri Jun 29 16:18:19 CEST 2001


"Tim Peters" <tim.one at home.com> writes:
> So what do you do about the curious disconnect between supply and demand in
> Open Source projects?  You got list comprehensions because Greg Ewing (and

Beats me.  This is nothing new, in that interesting tasks get worked
on, and boring ones don't.  I haven't updated the bookstore in a
while, or tried to kick the catalog-sig into life, or released various
bits of software sitting on my disk, because such tasks would be
pretty boring, and I have more entertaining possibilities open to me.
Greg Ward moved back to Montreal, and now does practically no hacking
or writing in his spare time at all.  Unfortunately, practically
*everyone* considers these tasks dull.

--amk                                          (www.amk.ca)
  "For interrogation? Good, I enjoy interrogations."
  "Yes, you look the type."
    -- General Raven and the Doctor, in "Genesis of the Daleks"



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