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James Mills (prologic)
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Problems are Solved by Method.
Problems are Solved by Method.

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Government bodies should not have the right to access communications of any persons whether online or offline as much as they should not have the right to monitor and/or track communications of individuals and/or families in their own homes. Good on Google and Apple for projecting User/Human rights.

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I sympathize with your point of view but I don't really agree with this per se; there are quite useful use-cases for raising SystemExit() or calling sys.exit() -- however small those use-cases might be. For me the most useful use case being for normal program termination :)
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James Mills (prologic) commented on a post on Blogger.
Haha this is all entertaining. I wish I was more of an expert in analytics myself. Building community is hard I think even if you know what you're doing :)
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As seen on #circuits  on FreeNode:

https://bitbucket.org/circuits/circuits/issue/122/building-a-stronger-circuits-community
Can we ask a few q's on stackoverflow?
I have renewed motivation to build a stronger circuits community
and get some more momentum going.

Use the tag: "circuits" (without the quotes)

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Just an FYI for those that have recently join the Python circuits community here. We largely communicate on IRC on the FreeNode IRC Network. So come on over and chat to us about your current or next upcoming circuits project! Happy circuits hacking!

Some useful links:

http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=circuits&uio=d4https://freenode.net/http://colloquy.info/http://www.mirc.com/https://hexchat.github.io/

Got a problem with a Python daemon that uses multiprocessing.Pool to spawn child subprocesses in the worker. The child processes that the multiprocessing workers spawn do not complete properly (presumably because EOF hasn't been reached). if the main process is run in the foreground there is no problem.

I've found a few bug reports on the Python bug tracker and a few odd bits and pieces in the multiprocessing docs and StackOverflow but so far I don't have a definitive solution.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Merry Christmas y'all :) Happy #circuits  hacking :)

Merry Christmas y'all :)
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