[pydotorg-www] Zyro is an organization using Python

Mats Wichmann mats at wichmann.us
Fri Mar 6 11:17:47 EST 2020

On 3/6/20 6:37 AM, Simonas Steponaitis wrote:
> Hey Mats,
> Thanks for the insight, however, we are still interested to appear on
> that page.
> My nickname is SimonasSteponaitis

This has been enabled for editing, have at it.

Usually for bigger pages we have some guidelines like "add yourself in
alphabetical order to the right section" to avoid some unfortunate wars
we've had in the past betweeen competing editors successively putting
their material at the top, but there's no apparent ordering within each
category now, so it would be hard to enforce that. So will just leave
the suggestion at:  "be nice!".   (grin).

> On Thu, Mar 5, 2020 at 6:25 PM Mats Wichmann <mats at wichmann.us
> <mailto:mats at wichmann.us>> wrote:
>     On 3/5/20 8:35 AM, Simonas Steponaitis via pydotorg-www wrote:
>     > Hello,
>     >
>     > Our company has recently launched a new AI-powered website builder
>     Zyro
>     > <https://zyro.com>. And, of course, it uses Python.
>     >
>     > I would like to know if it's possible to get featured on this page
>     > - https://wiki.python.org/moin/OrganizationsUsingPython?
>     The wiki is publicly editable, so anyone (*) can add to it. We will not
>     make value judgements of whether any particular project, tool or company
>     is worthy of being listed.
>     * - "anyone" is slightly restricted because of the plague of Internet
>     spambots, editing is limited to people on the editors list, for which we
>     request a human actually pop up and explain why they're interested in
>     editing, a requirement you've already met.
>     If you want to be an editor, write back to the list with your wiki name,
>     which is what's necessary to enable it.
>     ==
>     As an editorial note (more to the team than to Simonas), I don't really
>     see a whole lot of value in that page any longer.  You'd be hard pressed
>     to find a company of any size that doesn't use Python for something
>     today, and it's absolutely impossible to keep up with - the community
>     basically isn't even trying any more. According to the page history, we
>     had one edit in January this year, since then the previous edit was in
>     2013.  It's likely to not only be out of date, but quite inaccurate as,
>     especially for websites, there's been a lot of evolution.
> -- 
> *Simonas Steponaitis*
> *Marketing Assistant*
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