[Twisted-Python] April 20 Sprint
clemesha at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 17:07:23 EDT 2008
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 12:32 AM, Valentino Volonghi <dialtone at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 12:07 AM, <glyph at divmod.com> wrote:
> > Also, if you want to host a parallel sprint in a different city, it would
> > be great to keep the momentum rolling all the way across the globe; we could
> > reduce review latency by having reviews taking place at the sprints as well,
> > after the earlier ones have ended. Sydney and the Bay Area, I'm talking to
> > you. The sun never sets on the Twisted empire, after all. And that is why
> > we must destroy it, so we can all get some rest.
> Sunday 20 wouldn't be bad for me. I have spare time sunday and sprinting
> on twisted.web is a nice thing to do, maybe implementing HTTP 1.1 for
> real rather
> than simply chunking (which I still need to finish)?
Would it be possible for someone to give a high level over-view
of the current state of the web/web2 code in Twisted?
I know that even pretty recently there was a thread
discussing web/web2, but it looks like (from our view, the regular users :)
that things are changing again. In particular this ticket:
Which contains this comment from a core developer:
"twisted.web2 is being phased out in favor of twisted.web."
For those who have been following the web/web2 state for
some time now, they might be a little confused as this point.
I myself having been using twisted.web2 for a while now,
and I also know of several other projects that are doing the same.
I also have done a good amount of diving into the source code,
trying to maybe someday understand enough to contribute back,
and I hope to keep up with the current status as best as possible.
Any comments that point towards the current state of any of the parts
of web/web2 (what's "good", what's "bad", in the developers' opinion),
would be very appreciated.
Thanks for the great code,
> If no-one wants to join me I'll sprint alone :)
> Valentino Volonghi aka Dialtone
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