How many followers of comp.lang.python
bruno.42.desthuilliers at websiteburo.invalid
Tue Jan 27 17:26:20 CET 2009
rantingrick a écrit :
> Seems like the only thing people are interested in is bickering and
> name calling. I noticed the post "Does Python really follow..." has
> over 400 post mainly from the same 10 people.
There are occasionally such kind of threads, indeed. And, as Mike
mentionned, the usual FAQs (some of them twice or more each week, year
after year). And sometimes more interesting questions - but that does
not necessarily makes long thread, so they perhaps are too low for your
> Maybe this is why Guido
> no longer wishes to be a part of this group.
I've been lurking here for years (about early 2000 IIRC), and don't
remember a single post from the BDFL here. But:
> Where is the sense of
> community here?
If you set the occasional trolls aside, this group is usually
newbie-friendly and helpful one. You'll find quite a few posts by
long-time, experienced and talented Python programmers (and core
developpers). As far as I'm concerned, I learned (and I'm still
learning) quite a lot here.
unfriendly and unhelpful places where few happens except "bickering and
> Anybody care to correct me, because i would love to be wrong about
> this, but i fear i am 100% correct.
Well, why don't you just try and post a couple practical questions here?
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