PyCon, the gathering for the community using and developing the open-source Python programming language. This is the first year of the PyCon Pune where the community will meet for two days of talks and working on upstream projects in two days of dev sprint. CFP ends on 30th November AoE.
Python for Linux
There remains an unnoticed gap between Python and Linux. As there is no set standard of development, many talented developers end up working on projects that lack usability on various linux flavours and which die in few years. To respect the hard work of developers, There should be a planned roadmap to make the developed softwares usable on Linux that too in a hassle free manner. This talk will aim towards the planning of future developments which shall have the motive of “Propagation of python softwares in Linux irrespective of Flavours”.
- How Linux changed from time to time.
- Why development for changing Linux leads to development of a full featured but a vague software.
- Why such software lacks usability in different distributions.
- Why this leads to lack of users confidence in software leading to the search for an alternative software.
- Since above reason, Why developers loose their interest in active development and the project dies in next 2 years.
- How this can be avoided. The Vision, planning, roadmap and strategies to use etc.
- 10 minutes of Open Discussion
My name is Atharva Deshmukh and I am a Red Hat Certified Architect. I am also instructor at Red Hat Institute (Grras) in Nagpur and a Freelancer. Being the field of Linux since 7 years, I encourage my students and friends to use Linux in day to day life. Since I have interacted with various users/students/mentors in Linux, and believe that I know the mentality of users, developers, use cases or softwares, the goods and the bads of developments and devops, I find myself the best person to talk in the session.