[Python-ideas] [Python-Dev] Python 2.x and 3.x use survey, 2014 edition
donald at stufft.io
Thu Dec 11 16:14:38 CET 2014
> On Dec 11, 2014, at 10:06 AM, Hernan Grecco <hernan.grecco at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu Dec 11 2014 at 11:48:22 AM Giampaolo Rodola' <g.rodola at gmail.com <mailto:g.rodola at gmail.com>> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 5:59 PM, Bruno Cauet <brunocauet at gmail.com <mailto:brunocauet at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Last year a survey was conducted on python 2 and 3 usage.
> Here is the 2014 edition, slightly updated (from 9 to 11 questions).
> It should not take you more than 1 minute to fill. I would be pleased if you took that time.
> It would be really nice to complement this survey with information gathered from PyPI. I think the python version of the client is not being recorded now, right?
> I think this could be very useful not only for the Python devs and the community, but particularly for package maintainers. In this way we could find out not only the number of times a given package was downloaded, but also for which python version.
> I understand that this information might not be entirely accurate (i.e. people downloading the file from the browser or from github) or using other repositories (like the ones provided by anaconda), but still I think it could be useful. And with pip becoming the standard tool, it might be a good moment to do it.
This information is a few months old mostly because I’m lazy and creating the information is a pain in the ass.
Total Downloads (For reference): http://d.stufft.io/image/2N293l3v2S1c <http://d.stufft.io/image/2N293l3v2S1c>
% Downloads for Python Version: http://d.stufft.io/image/2g1T2U140h1O <http://d.stufft.io/image/2g1T2U140h1O>
% Downloads for Python Version (Zoomed to Py3): http://d.stufft.io/image/0B233A151k1k <http://d.stufft.io/image/0B233A151k1k>
Total Downloads for Python Version: http://d.stufft.io/image/3f3f3g3P181M <http://d.stufft.io/image/3f3f3g3P181M>
Bonus - OS Downloads: http://d.stufft.io/image/021v383I0O2c <http://d.stufft.io/image/021v383I0O2c>
All of the above filter out anything that has an extremely small number of downloads so as not to overwhelm the graphs with a ton of small barely used things.
PGP: 7C6B 7C5D 5E2B 6356 A926 F04F 6E3C BCE9 3372 DCFA
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