yes, but they're really not the easiest thing you can do to help.. :-)
smaller contributions such as minor bug fixes, bug reports and new
programs to (potentially) add to shedskin/examples are also very
useful and motivating.
> Is there any source of documentation to get familiar with the parametric
> polymorphism and data polymorphism algorithms you use?
:-) this is probably the hardest area to contribute anything, but if
you'd like to know more regardless, please see the shedskin wikipedia
page, and its references to my master's thesis, and to ole agesen and
john plevyak's phd theses.
Hey, belated congratulations! I remember a time when it was quite
difficult for Shed Skin to get its own Wikipedia page. Nice to know
it has finally "made it"! :) If I'm reading the history right, it's
been there for over a year now, but I'm only now finding out that it
> Hey, belated congratulations! I remember a time when it was quite
> difficult for Shed Skin to get its own Wikipedia page. Nice to know
> it has finally "made it"! :) If I'm reading the history right, it's
> been there for over a year now, but I'm only now finding out that it
> has stuck!
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