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Thu Apr 10 19:14:29 CEST 2008
> I assembled a good conventions set for Java. View it at
> http://www.martinrinehart.com/articles/code-conventions.html (is that
> better, Steve?)
> It followed a logical organization; it was built from four other
> extensive (if not well-organized) convention sets and it scrupulously
> avoided injecting my own biases. Where there were disagreements, they
> were noted and the opposing viewpoints explained.
> I'm appointing myself project secretary of a similar effort for
> Python, until we can find someone better qualified (Python experience
> pre-dating my late '07 start would be better qualified). The
> secretary's job is to ask questions and correctly record answers.
> First question:
> global (e.g., what language for comments)
> Is this a good outer-level organization?
> For each topic, cover:
> naming convention(s)
> Second question: are the above the items we cover for each topic?
I'm sorry to disappoint you but this project has already been completed:
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