To create a project that other people can use and contribute to, you need to follow a specific directory structure. Moreover, releasing a new version should be as simple and painless as possible. For my projects, I use a template that has the structure already in place, and comes with automation for almost every part of a release.
pass is the standard Unix password manager. And I just wrote a slightly friendlier, clickier interface with urwid and Python.
Are you executing a process that takes a long time? Do you want to know that it’s still working while you are in another terminal/making coffee? Do you have a favorite game show tune to play while doing something?
If yes: think is just for you. For more details, read on or hop onto the GitHub page.
I recently started writing Python code. And I love it.