Oreilly CodeZoo

richard richardjones at optushome.com.au
Thu Aug 11 06:57:59 CEST 2005

Jorge Godoy wrote:
> richard wrote:
>> That's a good idea. Unfortunately, changing the sorting of the
>> classifiers will be fun. Could I ask you to submit an RFE "bug" via the
>> link on the pypi page?
> I'll do that tomorrow morning.


>> Yep, this is related to your other comment regarding my 6th point. Also,
>> I don't believe packages are included in the browse if they have no
>> classifiers.
> It means that some packages might be "lost" somewhere?  How about an
> "unclassified" classifier? :-)

No, it means that when you're browsing by classifier, the packages that
don't specify any classifiers won't match your browse specifications ;)

>> There's a top-level RSS feed, but not one per-package.
> I was thinking about one per topic / classification, not per package.  It
> would be overkill to subscribe to 600+ feeds.

Hurm. Interesting idea. Could be done with a bit of work.


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