So you made a release on PyPI [https://pypi.org/] and there's a mistake (we've all been there). It can be as big as the whole release is bad, to just a spelling
Posts about the Python packaging ecosystem.
Recently on Twitter there was a maintainer of a Python project who had a couple of bugs filed against their project due to builds failing (this particular project doesn't provide wheels, only sdists)
When people start learning Python, they often will come across a package they want to try and it will usually start with "just pip install it!" The problem with that advice is it's
Fellow core developer and Canadian, Mariatta [https://twitter.com/mariatta], asked on Twitter about python -m pip and who told her about that idiom along with asking for a reference explaining it: > I
A co-worker of mine attended a technical talk about how Go's module mirror [https://proxy.golang.org/] works and he asked me whether there was something there that Python should do. > Best technical