[Twisted-Python] Re: [Twisted-web] Reminder: Virtual Twisted Sprint, 8-9 October
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Mon Sep 26 23:39:58 EDT 2005
I'm a regular grump on #twisted about the overall lack of docstrings in
Twisted. I'd be willing to participate by offering docstrings for
specific classes/methods if there's a general interest and willingness
to incorporate them. What would be the preferred way to pass them on for
review and commit, given that "all participants [are] welcome" but that
I lack commit access and would rather not jump through the bug tracker
hoops for every single docstring written?
On Tue, 2005-09-27 at 10:28 +1000, Mary Gardiner wrote:
> Just a reminder for everyone that there will be a bunch of people online
> on the weekend of 8-9 October working their hearts out on the Twisted
> codebase. All participants welcome, people unfamiliar with the codebase
> will need to be a bit self-motivated though in terms of being willing to
> find their own problem to work on (check the bug tracker for ideas).
> We're particularly keen for people who would be interested in adding
> unti tests.
> Sprinting discussion will be in #twisted and #twisted.web on
> freenode.net. There should be people around at most times.
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