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Submission + - Gov't with Python leads to gov't *of* Python? (itworld.com)

An anonymous reader writes: A US federal agency is considering use of computing languages to specify legal requirements. Does the move make sense? If the proposed rule is enacted, it certainly will bring attention to Python or other permitted languages. Will that be a good thing?
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Gov't with Python leads to gov't *of* Python?

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