See PublishingPythonModules for the current page.
And shouldn't this one be deleted or "#redirect"ed?
There are various sites that list or host submitted Python modules.
Python Package Index (aka "PyPI") - seems to be the current preferred location to list packages, and 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.
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.
Python Cookbook, hosted by ActiveState, for small useful bits. Code submitted there is reviewed, and takes a while to appear on the site, if submitted by e-mail. Code submitted directly through a web form appears immediately.
Useless Python is indiscriminate, for all bits of code you don't think are worth publishing.
PyCode - a new site that allows you to upload modules.
- This wiki - if a module is relatively short
Where is the PyCode site? Canceled? If so, it's a pitty. It was such a good idea to have a place to upload software.
-- ZoranIsailovski 2005-08-14
'Note that packages can be uploaded to PyPI. -- amk
I haven't found a way to upload anything but a PKG-INFO file to PyPI. What kind of magic is needed for that? Anyway, if someone knows what has happened to the PyCode site, and whether it will re-appear or it is cancelled, then please tell us.
-- ZoranIsailovski 2005-08-14 23:40:00
After several days of inaccessiblity, the PyCode site has just re-appeared. I have removed the comments near the reference above.
-- ZoranIsailovski 2005-08-15 00:10:00
I've cleaned the page up a bit. I took out the repetition of PyPI (listed twice), and faqts, since I didn't see that it was a "place to publish modules." I did reference it in the "See also's," since it did have relevant information.
Personally, I'de prefer not to have a page called "How to publish Python modules." It doesn't exactly lend itself to becomming LinkLanguage. I'd rather call the page: "PublishingPythonModules", or "PublishPythonModules", or even just a section of "PythonModules".
-- LionKimbro 2005-02-17 18:56:35