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Author skrah
Recipients lukasz.langa, petr.viktorin, pitrou, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, skrah, vstinner
Date 2020-07-07.18:20:11
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A brief note for Victor that *nothing* was directed against him. On
the contrary, msg372995 was supporting him in case the commit had
actually been unreviewed, which it apparently wasn't. Sorry for
jumping on the bandwagon there.

> PEP 620 for the overall plan.

This one I have some trouble with.  It cites PyPy as a bottleneck, but
IIRC Armin Rigo was on record saying that such changes would not help
PyPy, and he would come up with a counter proposal. Has this changed?

It is also a bit unusual that the PEP is in draft status but a lot
of things are already committed.
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