On Thu, 21 Oct 2010 11:33:16 -0700
Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
For those who aren't also subscribed to the python-dev mailing
list :-), Dave and Neal's posts about fpconst sparked some interest
in porting work there. Talking with Barry Warsaw we'd like to use the
python-porting(a)python.org mailing list to coordinate efforts to port
so that distros can help each other with this task rather than
everybody reinventing the same patches:
There's also a few wiki pages on wiki.python.org
that we've decided
to use as well:
It's a wiki so feel free to edit information, post scripts to the
mailing list to gather information, etc. Right now I'm in
brainstorming mode but we need to figure out some ways to make actual
progress on the code too. For that we need to figure out how to
submit code upstream and how/when to fork if upstreams are dead, etc.
Thanks a lot Toshio!
I'm also interested in porting to python3 (and own some python3
packages in fedora already). Right now, I'm quite busy in university
(at least for the next few weeks). After that, I'll have more time to
help working on it!
Just subscribed to python-porting list too. :-)