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Re: Introduction

From: Lefty Burgess <lefty_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2000-09-07 04:42:03 CEST

Greg Stein writes:
> On Wed, Sep 06, 2000 at 06:16:01PM -0700, Terrel H. Shumway wrote:
> >...
> > cool projects like Tigris. Therefore I will conservatively place myself
> > in the "a few postings a week" category. However, if there is Python work
> > to be done, I would like to be as involved as I possibly can be.
>
> There will definitely be Python projects at some point (tho I'd guess all
> after the 1.0 release). As a Subversion developer who is also a Python
> advocate/bigot/guru, I'll be ensuring we get full support :-)
>
> And yes: assistance with the projects will be gladly appreciated.
>
> As a rough guess, I'd say that we'll see Python embedded in the server to
> run scripts when actions occur (such as a commit). If you're not up on
> embedding, then there would certainly be a lot of creative things you could
> do from the scripting side (e.g. the Python scripts that get invoked).

This is really cool to hear. While I am mainly a Perl/Java web
developer, I am *very* interested in working more with Python. I
have been studying it and tinkering with it, and really like Python a
lot. If I am up to speed when these things start happening, you can
count on my assistance.

-- 
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Programmer         <<!>>  elaborate, enormous, essential.
Red-Bean Software  <<!>>  Dream the moment with a fiddle in summer
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