I am looking for some open source python project preferably in one of
the above areas (not strictly, am open to others too) to contribute.
Please give me any pointers to some python project which needs a
If you have experience in C system programming then you could help us
You might want to take a look at our Milestone wiki which lists some
features we would like to implement:
The platforms we aim to support are: Linux, OS X, Windows and FreeBSD.
If you're interested feel free to contact me at [g.rodola -AT- gmail -
DOT- com] or use the psutil mailing list:
If you have some Windows programming experience the SpamBayes project
(http://www.spambayes.org/) could use some assistance. We have been held up
because our existing Windows experts have been too busy to contribute much
for a couple years.
1. The Dabo crew is doing some exciting thing. Might be worth checking
2. The Py2exe project is also looking for help (and some C experience
would be beneficial to this project).
3. There's a bunch of encryption code floating around in native Python
that would benefit from being recoded as native C modules.
It shall be the most advanced, professional, reliable
Python interpreter for Playstation Portable but
there is actually a lack of performance and we are
working to identify the origin of the problem.
We need help.
A one off project ...
If you can help figure out how to produce a Windows installer
of SimpleParse for Python 2.6 and post your experience here,
I believe quite a few projects would profit, not to mention
the SimpleParse users themselves.
> 1. The Dabo crew is doing some exciting thing. Might be worth checking
yes Dabo is doing a lot these days. Using wxPython for the GUI, a fast
interface for data supporting SQLite, MySQL,Postgres, Firebird, MsSQL and
Now a web like program that supports the code from Dabo projects over the
web. The report writer has had many improvements recently. People from
everywhere are joining in - very cool.
I'm sure there are many projects which could need a helping hand. But
instead of pointing you to a specific project I'd rather recommend that
you contribute to projects you're using for your own daily work. Why?
Because you simply know what's really needed if you deploy a software
"as long as we like the same operating system, things are cool." --piranha