How is the decision to add a function or module to the python standard library made?

I was wondering today why some of the more useful decorators in the Python Decorator Library , such as @memoized, are not added to the standard python library.

Is there a set of standards by which a module / function / decorator is evaluated to become a member of the standard library, or is this an unofficial decision by some group?


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PEP 2: "Procedure for adding new modules"



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