Help Python in 2022!
For the fourth 12 months in a row, the PSF is partnering with JetBrains on our end-of-year fundraiser. Over that point, the partnership has raised a complete of over $75,000. Wow! Thanks, JetBrains, for all of your help.
There are 3 ways to affix within the drive this 12 months:
- Save on PyCharm + get DataSpell free! JetBrains is as soon as once more supporting the PSF by offering a 30% low cost on PyCharm and all proceeds will go to the PSF! However wait–there’s extra! JetBrains has launched DataSpell, a brand new IDE particularly for Knowledge Scientists. If you purchase your discounted PyCharm license, additionally, you will get a bonus DataSpell license, free!
You possibly can reap the benefits of this low cost by clicking the button on the web page linked right here, and the low cost shall be routinely utilized once you take a look at. The promotion will solely be out there by means of November twenty second, so go seize the deal at present!
- Donate on to the PSF! Each greenback makes a distinction. (Does each greenback additionally make a kitten someplace purr? We make no guarantees, however perhaps you need to attempt, simply in case?😻)
- Turn out to be a member! Enroll as a Supporting member of the PSF. Be part of the PSF, and assist us maintain what we do together with your annual help.
Or, heck, why not do all three? 🥳
- hold Python going
- make investments immediately in CPython and PyPI progress
- deliver the worldwide Python group collectively
- make that group extra various and thriving yearly
Let’s additionally take this time to look again at 2022.
Highlights from 2022:
- PyCon US – Our first hybrid PyCon US, in Salt Lake Metropolis and on-line, was a roaring success! It was nice to be again in particular person, and we’re grateful to all of the audio system, volunteers, attendees, and sponsors who make it such a particular occasion.
- CPython Developer in Residence – Łukasz Langa accomplished his first 12 months as our inaugural developer in residence. This function has been a longtime dream for the group, and it’s been nice to see Łukasz hitting necessary milestones: driving down the PR backlog, finishing the migration of bugs.python.org to GitHub, and extra.
- Welcome, Deb! Govt Director Deb Nicholson took the helm of the PSF, bringing together with her a wealth of expertise in Open Supply and Python communities and nonprofit management.
- Investing in infrastructure – We doubled the dimensions of our infrastructure crew this 12 months with the rent of Chloe Gerhardson as Infrastructure Engineer, becoming a member of Director of Infrastructure Ee Durbin. Their work makes positive the infrastructure behind Python. PyPI, and the PSF is secure and scales with the expansion of the Python ecosystem.
Thanks for being part of this drive and of the Python group!
Keep watch over this house and on our social media within the coming weeks for updates on the drive and the PSF 👀
Your help means the world to us. We’re extremely grateful to be in group with you!