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== FAQs ==
Welcome to Pydotorg Central
This is your source of information for contributing to the python.org website.
To get started working on a local copy of the python.org website, please install / check out these:
Install Pyramid as described in http://pyramid.pollenation.net/cgi-bin/trac.cgi
(anonymous) svn co https://svn.python.org/www/trunk/beta.python.org
(with commit privileges) svn co svn+ssh://email@example.com/trunk/beta.python.org
If you need to convert any content from the old site (there are still some murky depths in the old site format) also get this:
To build and run the site:
- See build/README in the checked out beta.python.org tree.
Latest docs on Pyramid:
How Can I Help?
To join the project, get started by submitting new tickets at http://psf.pollenation.net/cgi-bin/trac.cgi/newticket or working on content at wiki.python.org. You can also ask on IRC or in a new ticket to be added to the Trac notification list. If you want to become a committer, email pydotorg at python dot org for details.
If you would like to see current tickets, click on 'viewtickets' and 'active tickets'
Chat/help on IRC at #pydotorg on freenode.net
Sign up for PythonWebsiteVirtualSprints!
Some older notes are in PythonWebsiteContentMigration
Where do I put assets? (images, files, html pages, etc)?
In most cases, place them into the same location as the yml and html template files. Pyramid copies them into place automatically. For html trees, place them into a directory that contains a file called NOBUILD. This tells pyramid to just copy the html files instead of trying to process them.
Site-wide and style related images go into in /images instead.
Debugging in Wing IDE
To debug pyramid in Wing IDE, set up a project, add pyramid (or a copy of it) as the main debug file and set the parameters and starting directory in the File Properties (right click on file or file's name in project view). This can help point at problems when running w/ -V doesn't provide enough info. Volunteers ¶
Sprinters at PyCon2006 included:
- Peter Kropf
- David Goodger
- Steve Holden
- Stephan Deibel
- Andrew Kuchling
- Tim Parkin
- Martin Thomas
- Steve Lucy (missing email address)
- Sean Reifschneider
- Evelyn Mitchell
- Gus Landis
- Skip Montanaro
- Kevin Cole (missing email address)
- J Jentink (missing email address)
- Moshe Zadka
- Stefan Drees
- Milen Radev
- Simon Willison
- Fabrizio Milo
- Petro Verkhogliad
Here is a page for PythonWebsiteMiscSuggestions