Lo que hacemos

A community of Python (https://www.python.org/) enthusiasts. Members range in experience from 20 days to 20 years, and hail from Pittsburgh and surrounding areas of southwest Pennsylvania. We use Python for data science, websites, devops & hardware devices in our jobs, universities or for personal passion. We strive to maintain a welcoming atmosphere for everyone, and beginners are encouraged to attend.

We meet the last Wednesday of every month at 7 pm, usually at Code & Supply (https://codeandsupply.co/) in the Friendship neighborhood in the East End. In between meetings, you can chat with us online (https://codeandsupply.co/chat). We are grateful for their support.

We do not accept sponsorship at this time. Please do not send commercial messages to this group. Instead, you are welcome to join us at a meeting.

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Frictionless Maintainence: How to maintain 100+ open-source packages

Jason Coombs is a shared or sole maintainer for over 140 projects in the Python ecosystem, a responsibility which he has accumulated over the past decade of his open source contributions. At this scale, it becomes unsustainable to employ bespoke, manually-intensive processes to the maintenance workflows. In this talk, Jason gives an overview of the Python packaging ecosystem and maintainer workflows, presents a selection of the challenges, and details some established and emergent techniques for tackling these challenges and streamlining the process. This event is hosted by Google - please RSVP 24 hours in advance. Free parking is available in the Bakery Square Parking Garage (entrance off Dahlem Place). Enter through the north entrance at the inside bend of the L-shaped building. Someone should be available to escort you to the entrance on the 7th floor. Text or call[masked] for assistance.

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