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Python Family Gets a Triplet Of Updates

baijum81 Re:2.7.4 (196 comments)

118 out of 200 most downloaded third party packages in PyPI has Python 3 support. Ref.

about a year and a half ago



Python trademark at risk in Europe

baijum81 baijum81 writes  |  about a year and a half ago

baijum81 writes "Python Software Foundation is looking for help to protect the trademark "Python" in European Union. The blog says: "There is a company in the UK that is trying to trademark the use of the term 'Python' for all software, services, servers... pretty much anything having to do with a computer. Specifically, it is the company that got a hold on the domain 13 years ago.""
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SaltStack - a new choice for a configuration management

baijum81 baijum81 writes  |  about 2 years ago

baijum81 (840816) writes "While Puppet & Chef are leading the market of configuration management, SaltStack is emerging as a new configuration management system. The ohlo page gives a good picture about the development activity. The creator also founded a company with open source business model."
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baijum81 baijum81 writes  |  more than 8 years ago

baijum81 (840816) writes "This is the 1.0 release of IronPython. IronPython is a project that implements the dynamic object-oriented Python language on top of the CLI. IronPython is both well integrated with the .NET Framework and is a true implementation of the Python language. .NET integration means that this rich programming framework is available to Python developers and that they can interoperate with other .NET languages and tools. All of Python's dynamic features like an interactive interpreter, dynamically modifying objects and even metaclasses are available."


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