A little over six months ago, serious work began on a new PyVideo. The goal was to carry a torch that was at risk of going out (see Welcome to the new PyVideo). Before PyCon 2016, the new site was a humble skeleton of what it is now. The data -- although a tremendous archive, with over 3,000 videos catalogued -- was half of what is now. As PyCon 2016 hit, a team of 20-plus developers sprinted together to ensure this work was not lost.
Now, half a year later, we have a statically generated site with 6,276 videos and counting. In the past month alone, PyVideo.org has serviced almost 15,000 users in 149 countries and generated 50,000 page views. That's more than three-quarters of all countries on earth, and from when we started collecting stats, we've served pages to 93% of the countries on the planet. Just check out this Google analytics map:
This simply would not have been possible without the support of the Python community. Here are just a few of the developers that have chipped in their time:
These developers are hardworking, kind and supportive. I'm fortunate to work with such a wonderful team.
So, finally, thank you.
Together we've created a resource that helps Python developers at all levels hone their skills and move toward the developers they want to be.