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Re: Has Debian abandoned Python?



OoO  En cette  nuit nuageuse  du mardi  09 mars  2010, vers  01:14, Russ
Allbery <rra@debian.org> disait :

>>> Maybe the group of people doing that work should also be the people who
>>> decide when Python 2.6 will be uploaded, if the current maintainer
>>> isn't able or willing to coordinate the work for whatever reason?

>> Yes, that would be awesome in theory, still quite difficult (or seen as
>> rude) in reality.

> Well, I'm personally not directly involved with Python development, but it
> seems like a lot of people are upset with the way that the python package
> is being maintained.  We do have a procedure for this: it falls under the
> jurisdiction of the Debian Technical Committee.  If there is a group of
> people who believe they would be better able to maintain the python
> package than the current maintainer and are willing to assemble a team and
> propose themselves as the maintainers, that's certainly something that can
> be appealed to the Debian Technical Committee for discussion.

Some respectable people keep telling  us that the problem is handled and
the solution  will come  soon. Going to  the technical committee  may be
seen at confrontational against them, I think.
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