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    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    I mean 1.8.x 1.9
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    yeah, that sounds like the move
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Ok did some research and both /foo/bar?foo[]=bar&foo[]=baz&foo[]=qux and /foo/bar?foo=bar&foo=baz&foo=qux
    So we probably need to open a request to allow specifying which version to use as it’s web-server dependant
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    yeah, agreed
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Cool. So to-do:
    (1) Remove multi test (2) Open issue to cover a new test which is more accurate (3) modify readme and move examples to wiki (4) Release 1.9 and 1.8.x with Python compatibility.
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    yep, i can handle 1 and 2
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Saweet!
    Dude we’re bossing it with this OSP
    haha
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    :two_men_holding_hands:
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    :shipit:
    Guilherme Bazilio
    @gbazilio
    anyone using the lib as a provider?
    Guilherme Bazilio
    @gbazilio
    ?
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Sorry @gbazilio not sure what your question is.
    Hey Gents! Happy to announce the immediate release of python-oauth2 1.9. The distribution is now fully py3k compatible with passing tests in 2.6, 2.7, 3.3 and 3.4
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    woot woot! great stuff @jaitaiwan
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Thanks @rickhanlonii :D Posted it up on r/Python as well. Seems like a lot of people happy it's back
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    @jaitaiwan where's the post?
    found it
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    well, i'll see if tests pass in python 3.5
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Want to do a PR against develop on .travis.yml?
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    I'll do it, don't think youre around at this time hey?
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Turns out python 3.5 isn’t working on travis atm
    travis-ci/travis-ci#4790
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    hey, sorry i wasn't around
    i figured it wouldn't be ready on travis yet @jaitaiwan, so i'm going to run the tests locally first
    it's surprisingly difficult to get virtualenvs with python 2. and 3. to play nice together, so i'm still getting a 3.5 virtualenv created
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Cool
    Turns out they had 3.5 but they didn’t have an alias
    3.5.0
    Is it uses
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Hey @rickhanlonii you should use pyenv
    It’s flipping boss
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Py3.5 testing merged in #193
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    So whats next gents?
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    I tried pyenv
    Actually @jaitaiwan the only reason I didn't stick with it is that we were talking about supporting 2.5 and 2.6 which doesn't work with pyenv
    Up next I'm thinking we truly out it out with the popular oauth APIs (Facebook, Twitter, github) and create docs for each while verifying ourselves that they wo
    Work in Python 3
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    FYI I use pyenv with 2.4, 2.5, 2.6 and 2.6 :D
    I’m on mac osx… what are you on?
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan

    Hey guys, I don’t know if you remember me talking about The Open Trustee which is a body designed to keep projects from being unmainted?

    Well I’ve drafted up a constitution which I’d like to get feedback on: https://github.com/TheOpenTrustee/TOTSite/blob/master/Constitution.md

    It occured to me when I sent that message that the constitution doesn’t dictate the bylaws on how exactly we deal with other people’s projects, I think though that they might be best left to the first set of people to decide.
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    Hey @jaitaiwan, sorry for being away for awhile. I was transitioning out of NYC and into traveling. I'm in London now!
    I'm on OSX. Haven't jumped to El Capitan, and with the sudo change I'm not in a hurry.
    @jaitaiwan is the markdown intentionally broken in the Constitution document?
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    sudo change?
    Just looked it up… not hard to turn it off.