Python packaging is a rapidly changing (and hopefully improving) landscape, historically and currently plagued by many problems. Solving these problems requires a high degree of coordination between various stakeholders; to name a few:
The goal of this summit is to try to take advantage of the fact that, at PyCon, we can get a high concentration of these stakeholders in one room at the same time. This allows us to sync up on current and future best practices and to quickly come to agreements that would take months or even years over higher-latency media of discussion (e.g. mailing lists, forums, issue tickets).
1:45 PM Welcome, introductions
1:55 PM Let’s fix extras in Core Metadata 3.0 - Tzu-ping Chung
2:25 PM Standardizing External Data - Steven Silvester
2:50 PM Building C Extensions without Setuptools - Henry Schreiner III (on behalf of Ofek Lev)
3:15 PM - Coffee break -
3:45 PM Python Packaging Vision and Strategy - Ee Durbin
4:05 PM New Contributors in the Python Packaging Community - Ee Durbin
4:25 PM Lightning talks (submit on-site to any of the organizers before the coffee break - up to 3)
5:15 PM - Summit ends
PyCon’s Code of Conduct applies and will be enforced.
If you have any questions, the Packaging Category section of our Discourse instance is the best place to ask. You may reach out to the organizers privately if needed.