The CLA bot for the PSF [https://github.com/python/the-knights-who-say-ni] is designed defensively because if the bot accidentally lets a pull request through from someone that has not signed the CLA that
Posts related to creating, structuring, managing, etc. software projects.
Back in February I started taking a serious look at asynchronous I/O thanks to async/await. One of the things that led to me to looking into this area was when I
I asked on Twitter if people would be interested [https://twitter.com/brettsky/status/687053299204272128] in having me write down the history behind my decision to choose GitHub for Python's future development process
At (and since) PyCon 2015 [https://us.pycon.org/2015/], there has been interest in trying to get quantified numbers in relation to Python 3 adoption (see PyPI download numbers [https://caremad.io/
While at PyCon this year, someone pointed out that the hope/goal/expectation when Python 3 was released was to have over 50% of new projects using Python 3 within five years, and