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Author larry
Recipients ammar2, larry, vstinner, xtreak
Date 2018-09-07.17:50:43
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> > Have there been any actual complaints?
> Yes, but sadly they are private.

I'm not super-excited by the idea that Python has to change its behavior based on secret comments.  Python has traditionally had a very open governance model where all discussions happen in public.

While I understand the need to preserve the privacy of victims, is there some way we can bring the decision-making process out into the open?  As far as I can tell, the entire process so far has been "Victor concludes that these terms are bad, and creates and merges several PRs an hour or two later with zero discussion".

Perhaps the complaints could be edited to anonymize them, and then we could see them?  Or must Python change its governance model because of diversity concerns?
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