[pygtk] ANN: PyGUI 2.1
john.stowers.lists at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 18:25:17 WST 2009
On Tue, 2009-11-17 at 10:47 +0100, Roberto Cavada wrote:
> Greg Ewing wrote:
> > What is the general feeling out there?
> About the announcements policy, I wonder what is the difference with
> other projects which use or extend pygtk. I suspect the difference
> is that pygui is perceived like a potential competitor of pygtk, so
> announcements about it are told to be not welcomed (especially if
> you also state that pygtk sucks :)
> If my feeling is correct, then I cannot go along with the policy of
> not allowing announcements of such projects - simply because it is
> not clear to me where the line separating pygtk users and pygtk
> competitors can be collocated.
> Furthermore, I do think that competitors should be welcomed as they
> may contribute to improve the quality of pygtk itself.
> Finally, let me say that if you think pygtk could be improved (to
> put it in polite terms), you have to justify your statement, or else
> they have no meaning at all. Notice that a true analysis may give a
> sense to your project as well.
I agree with everything you have said here.
I do not mind the announcements, I think this fracas came about because
of a rather unfortunate slip of the tongue by Greg.
More information about the pygtk