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Destination Python by Ewa Jodlowska

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Python is a popular programming language but what are the core elements essential to the sustainability of Python?

At PyCon 2019, Director of Operations for the Python Software Foundation, Ewa Jodlowska discussed all of this and the new updates in Python governance.

 

Destination Python

Picture your favorite vacation destination. There's probably a community that is unique to it and elements of this community that make it welcoming. If Python had it's own island that we'd all go visit from time to time, how would we want that community to look? 
 
Python's popularity is global and every community within Python's ecosystem is unique. But, we all share a major common interest! In this talk we will discuss core elements that are essential to the sustainability of Python and it's community. This talk will also highlight the PSF's involvement in the Python community and we'll discuss updates in Python governance.
 

This talk was given by Ewa Jodlowska at PyCon Belarus 2019, Minsk