[Python-Dev] What is the rationale behind source only releases?
In the spirit of learning why there is a fence across the road before I tear
it down out of ignorance , I'd like to know the rationale behind source
only releases of cpython. I have an opinion on their utility and perhaps an
idea about changing them, but I'd like to know why they are done (as opposed
to source+binary releases or no release at all) before I head over to
python-ideas. Is this documented somewhere where my google-fu can't find