You want to maintain an open-source project (@agaevsky)?
It's not easy. It gets easier by getting more maintainers involved, or try to get funding, or transfer the project.
Rain Forecast (@ewjoachim)
Django has lots of code, leading to less code in your project, until you start to copy code around and stop being DRY.
And miss security patches. Oh. Use
raincoat. Annotate code with the package, version, module and method you stole it from. It
can then show you what changed since that release! Woo!
Human - communication: @idanmelamed
We inherit code.
Say please. Say thank you. Use "I" sentences.
Come and sprint on BeeWare to make Python available on all the platforms! Also, bees are nice animals.
Powerpoint templating with Django: @xBBTx
Export data to PowerPoint. BECAUSE WE CAN^WMUST.
django-bureaucracy: pluggable engines, known template language in
Django (alternatively jinja2), custom tags/filters, rendering picture placeholders, pre-style tables and fill them in
and much more.