[XML-SIG] [OT] Python Coding Standards
Wed, 5 Mar 2003 10:05:39 -0500
On Wednesday 05 March 2003 8:43 am, John J Lee wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Mar 2003, Mark Bucciarelli wrote:
> > This came across Mitch Kapor's dev list. Looked pretty well done,
> > thought I would share it.
> LOL. Spam about the best way to write spamming software (albeit of the
> dead-tree variety, looking at http://www.easymailings.com/). Actually, I
> can't decide whether this is spam, not-spam or both-at-once...
Geez, I marked it as off topic. Didn't mean it as spam, meant it as a
discussion piece. I thought there were some interesting points.
[BTW--not all bulk mailings are spam! Some small non-profits with opt-in
lists actually appreciate the Free Software I wrote--saves them stress, time
and money. If you have ever done a bulk mailing, you know what I am talking
> Mark: Why not post to comp.lang.python instead? I wouldn't be surprised
> if it generated a vigorous discussion, though I doubt many Pythonistas
> will agree with your prescriptions.
I'll pass. Burned once, twice shy. They are not my prescriptions anyway, I
think they come via the folks that wrote eGroups at Yahoo!