Python Committer Guidelines

This is currently just a collection of notes based on what was done during the 2.6/3.0 development cycle. Once those get released, it should be cleaned up to be a consolidated resource for Python developers with commit privileges including more on topics like:

(note that in many cases, the additional information may be links to existing documents like PEPs, the developer FAQ or some of the README files in Subversion rather than completely new information - the idea is to have a single page to point potential developers to that provides pointers to the different resources)

General Commit Guidelines

Additional guidelines during beta period before a release

Additional guidelines during release candidate period before a release

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