Project Funding Working Group
The Project Funding Working Group is a volunteer work group of the Python Software Foundation.
This Working Group researches, and advises Python community volunteers on applying for external grants and similar funding to advance the mission of the PSF, which includes, but is not limited to, things such as advancing the Python core, Python-related infrastructure, key Python projects, and Python education and awareness. Read the charter for more about the Work Group's purpose and goals.
See our public GitHub repository for:
Ideas for fundable projects, like the list of fundable Python packaging improvements
- Reusable grant application materials
- Advice for volunteers on:
Developing budgets, using resources like the OSAOS Handbook budgeting guide
- Grantcraft (submitting proposals, drafting interim reports, and keeping up relationships with funders afterward)
- Coordinating with the PSF, other WGs, and the Steering Council to decide priorities.)
Decisions on what fundraising and projects/efforts to support, and whether to engage paid grantwriting or project management services, will be done using the voting procedures outlined in the charter.
Administration and Contact
- Eric Holscher (chair)
- Jacqueline Kazil (chair)
Ewa Jodlowska < firstname.lastname@example.org >
- Eric Holscher
- Jacqueline Kazil
- Sumana Harihareswara
- Marlene Mhangami
- Ewa Jodlowska
- Dustin Ingram
- Cristina Muñoz
As needed. At least every alternate month (six times per year).
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