See also Brainstorm: CPython tutorial.
- python-ideas mailing list
- python-dev mailing list
- python-committers mailing list
- #python-dev IRC channel on Freenode
Work In Progress¶
- Reserve easy issues to non-core developers: [python-committers] Please stop fixing easy issues right now! Leave them as exercices to newcomes
- RFC: Process to become a core developer
- Email templates:
- Organize mentoring? Make it public? List documentations for mentors?
- Django CoC: procedure to report abuse
- Thanks.Python.org - clone of https://thanks.rust-lang.org/ but with snakes 🐍 and even cuter emojis!
- Tooling to detect active contributors: number of commits, emails, reviews, etc. Is it doable?
- Statistics on GitHub reviews:
- gamification: public top 5?
- The idea is to motivate the contributors: one way is “self-motivation” (i.e. streak counter, daily/weekly/monthly goals, etc). Another is “multiplayer” (e.g. leaderboards and other “competitive” aspects).
- Give badges depending on the number of posted bugs, PR, emails, etc.?
- Bot to thanks automatically new contributors with cute emojis? “Congrats 🙌 for your first PR merged into CPython 🐍!” (do email notifications like emojis?)
- Create subteams:
- Workgroup Community // core-workflow
- XXX: need a bot on GitHub to restrict permissions to files/directories?
- Missing in action: drop core dev for inactive developers?