April 01, 2004

At the recent PyCon , I was asked the following question. If you had a time machine and could change any one thing about Python what would it be? I didn't feel I had the expertise to answer, but I promised I'd ask the OSAF developers and post in my blog.

There were a number of suggestions having to do with improving the performance and having a better development environment, but having a secure sandbox as a fundamental part of the language seemed to be the favorite.

Ted Leung of OSAF conducted a programming sprint at PyCon which brought us face-to-face with some developers for four days. Very valuable. See Ted’s entries on PyCon and the sprint here.

SubEthaEdit notes (real-time collaborative editing) on my keynote are here.

Posted by mitch@osafoundation.org at April 01, 2004 12:57 PM

If I would have the machine of time I has changed all world

Posted by: andry at July 1, 2004 03:16 PM


Posted by: Domai at July 9, 2004 05:09 AM