Progress so far
We've got an interview with Dave here - transcript needs to be cleaned up into a feature profile. Other next steps:
- Get user insights from Luke Macken, Toshio Kuratomi, and other Python/Fedora hackers (there's a mailing list somewhere).
- "Hi, I'm Luke, and I solve hard problems with Python. I've written, deployed, and currently maintain a variety of web-apps in Fedora's Infrastructure -- all written in Python using the TurboGears framework. I also help maintain close to 100 python modules for Fedora & EPEL."
- Get feedback from http://live.gnome.org/Hackfests/Python2010
- Create resources for links in the interview as needed
The folks behind the feature
- Dave Malcolm (user page, blog) -- Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat and the primary maintainer of Python for both Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
- Luke Macken (user page, blog) -- Software Engineer at Red Hat and member of Fedora's release engineering and infrastructure groups.
Both Dave and Luke are members of Fedora's Python Special Interest Group.
Tell us about yourself a bit. Who are you? Where are you from? How did you get started working on Fedora, on Free Software, with Python, on Python?
What have you been working on in relation to these Python features?
How did you start working on these Python features?
What do you do when you're not hacking?