[IPython-dev] Where do we put IPEP discussions...
Fri Apr 12 14:26:18 CDT 2013
Interesting thought. My initial reaction is that I want to keep our
development workflow separate from the actual code. I like how the
wiki has a very public record of all our IPEPs, that is organized and
linked like a regular web page. I don't think that stuff belongs in
the code itself. Also, the wiki gives us the best of both worlds - it
is an actual repo and people can interactive with it in that manner if
On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 12:12 PM, Matthias BUSSONNIER
> Could IPep be real PR agains IPython, I mean an IPep directory with markdown/rst files ?
> It would be plain real documentation, with diff, against which we can make PRs, and comment inline.
> Le 12 avr. 2013 à 20:45, Paul Ivanov a écrit :
>> Brian Granger, on 2013-04-12 11:06, wrote:
>>> Here is my reasoning...
>> All of those are very sound, make sense, and I fully agree with
>> that. An additional one is that you can edit your own comments,
>> and delete them - which is not something you can do with mailing
>> The one exception to those good reasons - GitHub absolutely sucks
>> at threaded discussion. Mail clients generally don't, so it's
>> easier to follow threads of conversation without having to jump
>> around. I almost never use the web-based gmail, but I recall
>> that it really sucks at threaded conversations, too, so maybe the
>> lack of threading on github is not a convincing pain point for
>> but on the whole, moving it to github will make it easier for
>> others to participate in the discussion, and highlight specific
>> lines, etc.
>> Paul Ivanov
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