I will coordinate the next release on Github with a little project and and
issue to see how this goes. The issue is here:
The change will include the switch to using setuptools_scm and a lot of
EuroPython is on the horizon and they have a new thing (or at least new for
me) called "helpdesk"
> Helpdesk / 10 slots
> Helpdesks are a great way to share your experience on a technology, by
offering to help people answering their questions and solving their
practical problems. You can run a helpdesk by yourself or with colleagues
and friends. Each helpdesk will be open for 3 hours in total, 1.5 hours in
the morning and 1.5 hours in the afternoon. People looking for help will
sign up for a 30 minute slot and talk to you. There is no specific
preparation needed; you just need to be proficient in the technology you
run the helpdesk for.
I would be interested to try this and volunteer to help with questions
about tox mainly. Would anybody else interested in that kind of thing? If
we find a handful of people that would want to do that, we could have a
tox/pytest/devpi helpdesk :)
Who maintain(s)/own(s) the project? Lately a quite a few pull requests and
issues have pilled up with little or no answer on Github. Just wondering
who should I ping about it?
I would like to contribute as this is a great project, but this seems to
derail things, Thanks a lot!