[Python-Dev] Communication channels
Another one is GitHub (and the bug tracker, for that matter). For
example, I believe here is where the discussion took place that led to
the initial draft of PEP 582 re: recognizing a local __packages__
The PEP was posted here:
To my knowledge it hasn't been discussed on python-dev yet.
Also, if you are trying to be complete, another communication channel
is in-person events and conferences, etc.
On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 4:21 AM Victor Stinner <vstinner at redhat.com> wrote:
> Last months, new communication channels appear. This is just a
> reminder that they exist:
> * Zulip: https://python.zulipchat.com/ (exist since 1 year?)
> * Discourse: http://discuss.python.org/ (I'm not sure if it's fully
> official yet ;-))
> * IRC: #python-dev on FreeNode, only for development *of* Python,
> mostly to discuss bugs and pull requests
> * Mailing lists: python-ideas, python-dev, etc.
> Some core developers are also active on Twitter. Some ideas were first
> discussed on Twitter. You may want to follow some of them. Incomplete
> list of core devs that I follow:
> * Barry Warsaw: https://twitter.com/pumpichank
> * Brett Cannon: https://twitter.com/brettsky
> * Guido van Rossum: https://twitter.com/gvanrossum
> * ?ukasz Langa: https://twitter.com/llanga
> * Mariatta: https://twitter.com/Mariatta
> * Serhiy Storchaka: https://twitter.com/SerhiyStorchaka
> * Yury Selivanov: https://twitter.com/1st1
> * ... the full list is very long, and I'm too lazy to complete it :-)
> Maybe someone has already a list more complete than mine.
> I hope that I didn't miss an important communication channel :-)
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