Publishing Python Modules
There are a couple of popular sites that list or host submitted Python modules.
The Python Package Index (aka "PyPI" -- formerly known as the "Cheese Shop") is the current preferred location to list packages. It is integrated with the distutils in recent versions of Python: you can upload distribution files to PyPI so that the code will be available for downloading. See the CheeseShopTutorial or Uploading Packages to the Package Index for more information.
The Python Cookbook, for small useful snippets of code.
Your operating system distribution may have software collections. Searching for Python software can yield numerous packaged libraries and applications. For example:
There are a few other less useful or older sites, in case you are searching for code and the above didn't help.
Useless Python is indiscriminate, for all bits of code you don't think are worth publishing. Now apparently inactive.
Vaults of Parnassus - a link store for Python modules. You must host files elsewhere, but this is one of the oldest and largest lists of available Python code. Now apparently inactive.
PyCode - an older site where you could share modules. No activity since 2006.
- This wiki - if a module is relatively short