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Open policy analysis talk was good, although it was pretty much the generic argument for the pros of open source software
The real disappointing thing, I think though, is that the room cleared out from the previous talk. People don’t want to talk about policy (even if it’s only a policy-adjacent topic!)
So far interesting talk on policy analysis and why reports would be better if the models were open source
We’ve now reached the part of the program where we watch our presenter install python packages he forgot to install
We’re getting some real criticism of that YouTube “Smash that bell and subscribe!!” culture from a talk presumably about writing your own Git client
Guys I’m not going to lie, this reviewing all the PyGotham cookies is really starting to get to me
Also ostensibly only being 3.7 is a short-term hurdle since our code isn’t 100% on the latest version of Python
Yeah that makes sense. I suppose if you’re a “purist” and want to use something out of the box it makes sense. Although my understanding was that the type and value validation wasn’t as good with dataclassses
@josh this might just be me not being imaginative, but can you think of any solid use cases where we would actually use dataclasses? They seem neat in theory
Fun fact, dataclasses have been backported to 3.6 and can be installed with pip