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[Python-Dev] Policy on refactoring/clean up

In itself, the code clean up you have done is a good thing in the sense
that you re-organized things and in my understanding, they look good now.
In some of the teams I've been granted to work, there was a rule stating
that whenever a dev would work on an enhancement/bugfix, he would create a
separate ticket that would track all code refactoring related to his work.
The strategy is quite different here and the suggestion was to have your
refactoring be part of an enhancement/bugfix. The most valuable argument in
favor of all the current reviewers is Guido van Rossum's comment on the
effect of having git blame made harder.
For some of the projects I'm currently working on, we have code cleanup
teams where members are affected expressly to refactoring code. We might
end up needing such things in the future but for now, it is wiser to leave
the code as is and focus on fixing actual problems.

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 *Herv? "Kyle" MUTOMBO*

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