1. Helping Python

    Recently the question came up: suppose you wanted to give enthusiastic people some guidance on how to help work on Python. What suggestions do you have? Surely there's a Web page on this!

    Well, no: a few quick Google searches led me to discover that "contributing to Python" was answered …

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  2. Serving XML-RPC over HTTPS with Python

    We've been talking about how to manage pygr resources remotely via the existing XML-RPC interface, and for that HTTPS is a requirement. I offered to track down the code necessary for running an XML-RPC server over HTTPS. Here's what I found:

    It turns out that while the Python stdlib supports …
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  3. Off to MSU - Woo hoo!

    On Thursday, May 15th, I finished my post-doc position at Caltech.

    On Friday, May 16th, I officially started as an Assistant Professor split between Computer Science & Engineering and Microbiology & Molecular Genetics at Michigan State University.

    On Friday evening and Saturday, we hung out down at the Caltech Marine Lab and …

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