Google inbox is screwing up quoting I apologize.
On Fri, Oct 9, 2015, 00:54 John Yeung <gallium.arsenide@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
slightly surprised that they're not making more noise about it,
though. I wonder if they don't realize the gravity of what they're
doing. I mean, these open source steps may seem small and
inconsequential to IBM, and maybe in the end they will be just that.
<<<I think that these are things that they expect the community to
evangelize. I'll be spreading the word for sure. This is not something that
management will necessarily care about. This is something that IT abs
developers will use to make their jobs easier, so they will spin the
benifits to management.
Interesting. A Python 2.7, even after they've already put out a 3.4.
<<<Lots of people stuck on python 2.7. I'm not sure what are the big hold
out modules. Numpy, scipy, gdal etc are all ported. All the traditional Web
and db stuff is there. I think it would be for porting existing apps
running on the third party python for I port.
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