[Catalog-sig] Fwd: The state of PyPI
ziade.tarek at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 17:17:25 CEST 2011
On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 4:36 PM, Carl Meyer <carl at oddbird.net> wrote:
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> Hi Tarek,
> On 09/27/2011 03:40 AM, Tarek Ziadé wrote:
>> = private projects =
>> The part that we do not address in the community is private projects:
>> since we don't have any permissions/group/roles system in PyPI,
>> everything is public.
>> One way to solve this is to have a local repository for private
>> packages, that is looked by tools like pip or easy_install, with the
>> --find-links option.
>> What we need is a good tutorial or a guide [*]
>> = tutorial =
>> [*] If this helps, I am willing to work on a tutorial day for Pycon
>> US, that goes through all of this, to help people set up their dev.
>> environment the best way possible.
>> The material could then be published at python.org/pypi to help out.
>> I know Richard has some material already, so maybe this could be a
>> joint tutorial ?
> The talk I gave at djangocon.us a couple weeks ago  covers this
> material, though certainly not as in-depth as it could be covered, and
> with a focus primarily on pip.
> I would be willing/interested in doing (or co-presenting) a PyCon
> tutorial on solutions for managing local package repositories.
>  https://carljm.github.com/tamingdeps/
Richard and Alexis are also interested, so I propose that we work on a
joint proposal on an etherpad and submit it.
I do believe half a day would be enough
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