Python evolution: Unease
jerf at jerf.org
Tue Jan 4 21:12:40 EST 2005
On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 17:12:04 -0800, Paul Rubin wrote:
> Irrelevant, the issue isn't what docs can be written if someone wants to
> do it, it's what docs are actually already there....
> I just see various other free software projects as
> trying to live up to higher standards and I think Python should aspire to
> the same thing.
So, nobody should have to write the docs because they should already be
there, but "somebody" should have to write the docs?
You need to think more clearly about the pronouns you are slinging around.
Who is this "they" that should write the docs? (Yes, I know you didn't use
that exact word but the concept is clearly there.) And what right do you
have to demand this action from "they"? Are you willing to pay me to do it?
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