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Author terry.reedy
Recipients 25.45, brett.cannon, r.david.murray, rhettinger, suic, terry.reedy, willingc
Date 2018-09-17.01:12:43
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Gabriel, I believe I addressed most your concerns in my previous post.  You might reread it in that light.  

There seems to be a misperception that we have collectively changed how we judge doc proposals.  Should we 'announce' that we proceed as we have been?

Are you are suggesting that we judge proposals by the proposer, rather than the substance of the proposal? In general, I should hope we do not have to.

If you want to be concretely helpful, comment on one or more of the specific proposals in PR9335, forgetting who made the proposal and why.  Or, pretend that I suggested making those changes for better clarity.  (But skip the multiple 'crazy' to 'weird' changes, as I have decided against those.)
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