It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer. - A. Einstein
Hi Pythonistas, welcome to a new year of challenges. Are you as amazed as we are by all the awesome Python stuff that comes out every week? But then you feel you always are behind because you lack the time to keep up? Welcome to daily reality. In this challenge we have you contribute to our community with tools to improve our weekly delivery of Python News. Be creative, have fun!
See our News archive. We use Bob's PHP tool to pick and choose Python related tweets. It creates the required html for our digest post. It works quite well. However wouldn't it be nicer to have a Python powered tool?!
It currently only supports one Twitter handle at a time. What if we could have 3 columns: own tweets, influencers and #Python and/or other related hashtag (#Django, #ML, ...)
The goal is to code a simple solution PyBites and the Python community can use to digest awesome news. We know the newsletters are there to solve this problem, yet how would YOU code this up?
Use you favorite tool, it does not have to be a web app. As long as your solution includes Python. We review this challenge beginning of February.
We built our code challenge platform which should guide you in the Git setup and lets you PR your work!
Join a growing community of passionate Pythonistas. Here is the direct challenge link.
Cool PRs get featured in our monthly review post. Have fun!
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