[Twisted-Python] oscar.py updates

Daniel Henninger jadestorm at nc.rr.com
Tue Sep 27 11:01:50 EDT 2005

>> Would you all prefer that I send the the current state of changes
>> I've made to oscar.py (now that I've merged together what I changed
>> for ICQ and AIM) or wait until I can write documentation and such
>> along-side it?
> Assuming it's got tests, and some explanation of what you've added,  
> then
> it might well go in (though that's up to the maintainer of course).

Ok then I've got a little bit more work to do with it.  ;D

And that reminds me, am I considered the maintainer of it at this  
point?  I recall a conversation not-so-long ago about it and z3p  
saying "it's yours".  =)

>>  For that matter, can someone point me at some good
>> "here's how we do it" type instructions for writing Twisted
>> documentation that is consistent with ... well the rest of it.  =D  I
>> don't think I'd call it stable yet, so I wouldn't be labeling it as
>> such yet.  =)  What do you think?
> We've got a documentation standard, coding style policy etc. as  
> part of
> the Twisted core documentation (the version in trunk is a bit more  
> up to
> date):
> http://twistedmatrix.com/projects/core/documentation/howto/policy/ 
> index.html
> Twisted documentation is typically written with Lore:
> http://twistedmatrix.com/projects/lore/documentation/howto/lore.html

Excellent, thanks!  I'll look them over!


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