[PEAK] Any chance/timeline for a public release of PEAK incl. doc?
wolfgang.keller.nospam at gmx.de
Mon Oct 17 10:10:21 EDT 2005
I've been following the mailinglist for some time, read through the
archives and every bit of documentation that I could find elsewhere
and it seems to me that PEAK is essentially what Python would need to
get more acceptance for "serious" (especially non-web related)
applications. And to make Python (even) more productive for such
But as far as I understand, Peak is essentially a
one-developer-endeavour and as such it has little chance to ever get
to the point of being "stable" - not to mention "complete" or
"finished" - and "documented". At least to the point that someone who
wants to use it does no longer have to constantly re-engineer it - and
its permanent changes - from the sourcecode. Which is essentially
impossible anyway for probably most Python scripters (such like me)
due to lack of skills.
Is there any chance that this will change in the foreseeable future?
I.e. that there will be more developers and documentors available in
order to make Peak somewhat more "end-developer"-proof?
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